Maria Bartiromo reflects on 9/11 and follows the World Trade Center rebuild
FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo returns to the NYSE where she originally reported the events of September 11, 2001.
Twenty years after the worst terrorist attack on our shores, worries over a terrorist threat remain front and center.
I went back down to the NYSE this week to see how things have changed 20 years later and the memories came flooding at me.
WITH 9/11 20TH ANNIVERSARY AHEAD, SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES REFLECTS ON WORLD TRADE CENTER REBUILD
On that fateful day, I was on the floor of the NYSE when we lost 2,977 of our friends, family and first responders. When the first plane hit the first tower, I was on my feet outside the NYSE on the corner of Broadway and Wall Street – a few blocks away from the carnage where I and a group of others witnessed the second plane hit the south tower. And then soon after, the entire south tower collapsed in an explosive sound as black smoke spiraled and debris and cement went flying, we all ran for our lives when the building came down and the air turned pitch black.