September 11th Video
WRKO's hosts discuss their memories of September 11, 2001.
WRKO - Jason on 9/11/01
Entercom VP of AM Programming Jason Wolfe was at work at WRKO on September 11, 2001 and he discusses the challenges covering a horrific event which caused pain and agony for so many people.
here at the station I remembered. Watching the video of first World Trade Center being on fire him. Like most people not really understanding what was going on -- you can tell based on. The size of hold the building in the matters no that was coming out that clearly it just wasn't a little. Accident of planes it's -- the building's heating. Minor situation. But watching that second plane hit . Life as it happens. It's one of the most incredible things I've ever seen most shocking ones painful. To. To try to
WRKO - Barry on 9/11/01
Lunch Money's Barry Armstrong reflects on 9/11 and what a scary time it was because it felt like the US was on the brink of war.
On 9/11. I was in Waltham Massachusetts and conference. Came out of the meeting and like everybody else we were shocked because walking through the hotel lobby there's a
WRKO - Howie on 9/11/01
Howie Carr looks back on how he learned about the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and shares his memories of September 11th.
I was at the health club that I belong to when I just got off the treadmill I had been watching TV I saw. And everybody was cluster on TV set I saw that first of World Trade Center towers. On fire. I assumed it was some kind of terrible accident I didn't I didn't think it was terrorist attack by. Pretty soon. The second plane hit and then I obviously knew what it was news that it would be much talk about the next level on. And I
WRKO - Michele on 9/11/01
Michele McPhee was in NYC on September 11, 2001 and she recalls the events of a day she'll never forget.
the block away from ground 01 police plaza. I jumped on me school bus at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge with a group of near that I bias but not awful right over the Brooklyn Bridge . There are people though running and scrambling and screaming and then there was this deadly silence. They saw people discovered that my asthma dust this done and Arnold. And then as the day progressed are as became. All the more active it. Now 343. 2.3. New York city police offices 37 point authority cops many of those victims were different thing from a police and fire ten years. It was a terrible
WRKO - Sandy on 9/11/01
Sandy talks about what moment struck her the most on September 11, 2001.
I was watching The Today Show when he talked about a plane crashing into news of the world trade tanner. And I was on a lark I got Stockton. And was watching and then it
WRKO - Todd on 9/11/01
"Tom and Todd's" Todd Feinburg discusses the impact of 9/11 and how the death of Osama bin Laden has provided closure for some people.
different. And it's nice that coming up on the tenth anniversary gotten bin Laden because that creates a little bit essar hilarity and now we look terrorist thing. That sense of trepidation that sense of seriousness that. That impacted our culture that's what was really usual we could be attacked like that that we had that all our ability now we can look at it there's little closure. And maybe we're putting that terrorist threat in the rear view there.
WRKO - Tom on 9/11/01
"Tom and Todd's" Tom Finneran says that you can't help but get emotional when looking back at September 11, 2001.
An attendant and really by meeting in Boston bunch of business and finance leaders on jobs in Massachusetts. And then I was on my way out believing and not to inspect the power grid network. Based and now western Massachusetts but the grip probably. I was on the Mass Turnpike just getting on in Boston we go to call it will be no. There will be no love this it's allowed for