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Posted: Friday, September 9, 2011 9:45 am

"We were visiting my sister in Denver...she woke me up to watch TV and we both witnessed the second airplane live hit the second tower. I felt a horrible rush go through my body and then almost felt paralyzed for awhile. We ended up driving my sister's car home because the airports were closed for a few days, then sold my sister's car for her in Phoenix." - Terri Hensen, former 30-year Ahwatukee Foothills resident

 


"We'll never forget that day in September when my wife and I were dressing for a busy day at work.  Our day, like many, was delayed by hours because we stared at the images in disbelief. Since then, we have involved ourselves with Healing Field, a living memorial to those victims. Healing Field, helps us to Honor and Heal at the same time.  To learn more about Healing Field, contact me directly at 602-402-7928 or visit www.facebook.com/september11.healingfield" - Mark Poisson, Ahwatukee Foothills

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