World Trade Center
On this date:
Sept. 11, 2001
The United States was attacked by terrorists.
The country, united in Patriotism,
Responded, Recovered and Rebuilt.
This Memorial is dedicated to the memory of
the fallen Firefighters, Police Officers,
Emergency Medical Technicians and Civilians
who lost their lives on this tragic day.
May we never forget those who suffered,
those that continue to suffer and
those that made the supreme
sacrifice on this day.
Let us always recognize the
dedication and sacrifices of the
Post 9-11-2001 Veterans
for their service during the
War Against Terrorism.
On Sept. 11, 2001, 977 people were lost including:
343 FDNY Firefighters
37 Port Authority Police Officers
23 NYPD Police Officers
8 Private Ambulance Company Emergency Medical Technicians
A Patrolman from New York Fire Patrol
A Citizen of the City of Lowell: (See below.)
Chronology of this fateful day:
08:46 American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into the North Tower of the World Trade Center With 92 people on board
09:03 United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into the South Tower of the World Trade Center with 65 people on board.
09:38 American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the U.S. Pentagon,
Washington, D.C. with 64 people on board and also killing 125 people inside the Pentagon.
10:05 the South Tower of the World Trade Center Collapses.
10:10 United Airlines Flight 93 crashes into a field in Somerset, Pennsylvania with 44 people on board.
10:28 the North Tower of the World Trade Center collapses.
The Lowell City Hall view from the memorial.
Cobblestones Restaurant is behind, on the right side and the Masconic Temple behind the memorial.
Police Department to the right.
Liberty Tree Park