I just went out for a smoke and was walking back into the building when I heard this tremendous roar. I automatically ducked..and then I saw the shadow of a helicopter prop in the parking area. Turns out it was a helicopter going to the helipad at the other building. But what was awful was I just relived 9/11 and in those few short seconds I knew that a plane was coming into our building, I couldn't breath and that horrible fear came over me, I couldn't stop shaking. I just can't understand that the awful fear of that day still hasn't gone away.
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