In 2001, Ann Brickley was 25 years old and living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She had been working as an attorney for the US Department of Customs out of 6 World Trade Center in Manhattan for just under a year. On the morning of 9/11, Ann was researching in the interior library of 6 WTC. Although in a windowless room, she heard the first plane hitting the WTC but did not know what the noise was from. As she left the library, she heard people talking about a plane hitting the World Trade Center. Soon after, the entire building was told to evacuate. After slight panic and rushing, Ann safely made it to the West Side Highway only to witness the second plane fly right over her head. This is Ann’s story.