Scott Friedman commutes to his job in NYC from Stamford, Connecticut. He calls from his car to describe the morning of September 11. He remembers the sound of his car and the traffic jam he sat in while watching the towers fall.
Atilla Akgun describes how he saw the sun set twice during a visit to the WTC. First, he watched it sink below the horizon from a lower floor, then he ran to the elevators and rode up to the top of the building to watch it set again.
Floridian Robin McCrae visited the WTC with her family in July 2001 and has videotape from their elevator ride. They were especially impressed with the Welcome to Our World sign at the top. She remembers everybody ooh-ing and ahh-ing.