‘Our world lost its innocence:’ 9/11 attacks remembered throughout county
ALGONQUIN – The message to Jacobs High School students on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was simple yet meaningful: never forget.
The majority of social studies students were too young to remember exactly what took place that day when close to 3,000 people were killed after 19 terrorists hijacked four airliners.
“You were at an age where you probably saw what happened, but you were really too young to understand,” Schaumburg Fire Department Lt. John Schneidwind told students gathered in the auditorium. “Take a look around now because this world needs help, and you can be a
part of it.”
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