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Remembering the tragedy of 9 11 fourteen years on

September 11th, 2015 9:38 AM

By Southern Star Team

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IT'S fourteen years today since the awful tragedy at the Twin Towers in New York took place, when an American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were crashed into the north and south towers at the World Trade Centre.

This Southern Star front page includes an eye witness account from American Bill Hoffman, who had a holiday home near Schull, but wrote exclusively for us, describing what he saw on that horrific day.

IT'S fourteen years today since the awful tragedy at the Twin Towers in New York took place, when an American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were crashed into the north and south towers at the World Trade Centre.

This Southern Star front page includes an eye witness account from American Bill Hoffman, who had a holiday home near Schull, but wrote exclusively for us, describing what he saw on that horrific day.

IT'S fourteen years today since the awful tragedy at the Twin Towers in New York took place, when an American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were crashed into the north and south towers at the World Trade Centre.

This Southern Star front page includes an eye witness account from American Bill Hoffman, who had a holiday home near Schull, but wrote exclusively for us, describing what he saw on that horrific day.

IT'S fourteen years today since the awful tragedy at the Twin Towers in New York took place, when an American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were crashed into the north and south towers at the World Trade Centre.

This Southern Star front page includes an eye witness account from American Bill Hoffman, who had a holiday home near Schull, but wrote exclusively for us, describing what he saw on that horrific day.

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