Nov 1, 2019
… I was coming up from the village on the day that the tower was blown down. I took a bus from the village and I got to 42nd street, I got off the bus, and I looked up, and there was this huge black cloud and I didn’t know what it was. I thought, “My God, what is this?” So, I went to a little deli store where they had little televisions, where you could have a cup of coffee and you could see on television. So, then I discovered that the World Trade Center had been blown up and people were struggling to get out of that area. I was lucky I wasn’t in it, I was on 42nd Street. But it was a very exciting adventure, I’ll tell you. And I would rather not live that again, I must say.