David Louie, 52, Roseville, Retired ?Two weeks after 9/11 I had a near-death accident in which I suffered short-term memory loss. I thought that the attacks had been in a movie I?d seen, and I began to describe them to a friend. Then my friend told me it was real.?
George Parker, 72, Roseville, Retired ?I was at a doughnut shop in Rocklin. There was no TV, but everyone was talking about it. It was awful.?
Lucas Ferkovich, 16, Roseville, Student ?I remember waking up, walking downstairs and seeing my mom crying on the couch. I slowly began to understand what was happening. A few years later, I went to New York and visited Ground Zero. It was breathtaking.?
Laurie Mckenzie, 48, Roseville, Teacher ?I had gotten up early to exercise, and as soon as I got off the bike I saw the second plane hit on TV.?
Kurt Munch, 47, Elk Grove, Home Loan Consultant ?I woke up to a call from my sister who told me to turn on the TV. My mom was in New York at the time. I saw the first plane crash, and I wondered what kind of a pilot could not see the Twin Towers. After the second hit, I realized it was a terrorist attack.?
Andrew Brooks, 19, Roseville, Student ?I was in my 4th grade class. I had seen some of the news, but I didn?t really know what was going on. My teacher was crying and we couldn?t get anything done. We had recess all day.?