Where are we now? Gradeschoolers grown up share their memories of 9/11
Where were you when you learned terrorists had attacked the United States? Today's high school seniors were in second grade.
"The teacher, you know, the phone rang and she answered it and went "Oh my God!" and just went and turned on the TV," said one student.
The events of September 11th, 2001 changed the lives of many. One by one, hijacked airplanes took out the twin towers in New York City, slammed into the Pentagon in Washington and crashed into a Pennsylvania farm field. Events that are now a part of our history.
Keep in mind these Seniors were just seven and eight years old at the time of the attacks. Looking back on where you were that day, how much do you think they remember?
Tune into News 4 at six Thursday to hear a perspective on this part of American history through the eyes of the young.