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A Story Of Kindness In The Immediate Aftermath Of September 11
Angelique Tung had just been told to return to her colleague’s office in the South Tower of the World Trade Center when the second plane hit. Instantly, the smell of jet fuel wafted through the building. Scared for her life, she ran, and when she arrived outside the scene was chaos. People running. Crying. Screaming.
She fled uptown, and while trying to leave the city a stranger offered a kindness that in any other situation might have been overlooked. But for Anqelique — on that day — it meant everything.
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Note: this is a repost from an earlier Kind World.

A Story Of Kindness In The Immediate Aftermath Of September 11

Angelique Tung had just been told to return to her colleague’s office in the South Tower of the World Trade Center when the second plane hit. Instantly, the smell of jet fuel wafted through the building. Scared for her life, she ran, and when she arrived outside the scene was chaos. People running. Crying. Screaming.

She fled uptown, and while trying to leave the city a stranger offered a kindness that in any other situation might have been overlooked. But for Anqelique — on that day — it meant everything.

Listen to the audio below:

Note: this is a repost from an earlier Kind World.

Stranded After September 11th, A Stranger Offers Help

Angelique Tung flew from San Francisco to New York City on September 10th for a business meeting. The next morning, she entered the South Tower of the World Trade Center a little after 8AM. Then the first plane hit. She was told to evacuate, and while making her way down the stairwell to the ground floor the second plane hit. She made it to the ground safely, but come night time had no where she could sleep. Her hotel was impossible to enter due to its proximity to Ground Zero. So she went to visit a colleague’s family in Rye, New York. There, a small act of kindness occurred that, in any other situation, might’ve been overlooked. But for Angelique, it meant everything.

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