CapeTalk listeners and Pippa Hudson share memories of September 11 2001 attack

Today marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th 2001 terror in America.

14 years ago two planes crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York, bringing it crashing to the ground.

A third plane flew into the Pentagon in Washington, and a fourth crashed into a field near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania after passengers overpowered the hijackers.

Close to 3 thousand lives lost that day and caused at least $10 billion in property and infrastructure damage.

Watch a video of what happened on this day 14 years ago below:

Listen as CapeTalk listeners share their memories on The Pippa Hudson Show::

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