Anyone who was around that day will always remember what they were doing when they saw or heard that planes had hit the Twin Towers in New York City on 9/11. For days, people tried to find out if their loved ones were okay. For months, the nation worried about other terrorist attacks, like those that happened in NYC or the plane that crashed into the Pentagon or the one that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. And for years, we’ve remembered and commemorated the day—to grieve those who were killed and to thank those who helped.

But imagine if you were working as a nurse in New York City on that day.

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