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September 11th, 2012
06:51 AM ET

Starting Point live blog for Tuesday, Sept. 11th, 2012

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We've opened a live blog for "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien" this morning. Soledad is off, and in her place Brooke Baldwin and John Berman are live with a preview of 9/11 anniversary coverage. Brooke, John and our Starting Point producers will be moderating.

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    11 years later and this day NEVER gets easier. I remember it, like it was yesterday! I was meeting my father for breakfast by the seaport, he worked in One PP. I remember coming out of the seaport station and not even 2mins later, the first plane hit the North Tower. My dad called minutes later, asked if I was ok and that he was enroute to the Towers and told me to get out of the city, "he had a bad feeling about this!" FYI my dad survived, unlike many others and some of his bubbies, but I didn't listen to my father, and I stayed in the city. I witnessed the South Tower get hit, and both Towers come crashing down, as we all ran for shelter. I'll NEVER FORGET the images I saw that day, for the rest of my life!!!!

    September 11, 2012 at 7:11 am | Report abuse | Reply

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