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CBS News | Witnesses To Sad History | September 10, 2002 16:42:46

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Theresa Renaud (CBS/The Early Show)Theresa Renaud, wife of The Early Show producer Jack Renaud, is a vice president at Deutsch Advertising in Chelsea.Theresa: I'm senior vice president at Deutsch; it's an advertising agency. Theresa: Oh my God, the World Trade Center is on fire! Gumbel continued..."I understand Theresa Renaud is on the line." Theresa: While we're on the phone, I saw a silhouette of a plane fly across, behind where the North Tower was. Theresa: "Oh there's another one - another plane just hit - oh my god, another plane has just hit - it hit another building - flew right into the middle of it - explosions!" This is what Fred said to The Early Show that tragic day: "I'm a little shaken 'cause I saw the plane pass before my eyes.It was just about eye level."Theresa: The thing that was working that day was the Internet.We had e-mails going on between friends you know, are you okay, where are you, everybody was checking - trying to figure out, where was Karol? Theresa: Oh, Karol, she was great.She lived in the moment.You know, she had a lot of joy and spontaneity to her.She painted pictures of what she saw….she danced. Theresa: It's very fresh because I think you re-live it every day.I mean you come into work every morning and the fact that the towers are not there, makes them more there, every morning. And, of course, along with the hole in the Manhattan skyline, there remains a large hole in the collective heart of New Yorkers. One other thing that all those witnesses remember very clearly is the unbelievable sense of community and compassion that enveloped this city for many days and weeks after the attacks.© MMII, CBS Worldwide Inc.


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