Time to replay the ol’ 9/11 chestnuts to relive that fateful, game changing simulation.
On Sept. 11, 2001, Welles Crowther sat at his desk on the 104th floor in the south tower of the World Trade Center and dialed his mother’s cellphone. His mother, Alison, never heard the call. Welles left a short message. “Mom .?.?. this is Welles. I .?.?. I want you to know that I’m OK.”Modal TriggerThe time was 9:12 a.m. They were the last words his family would ever hear him speak.