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She fled the 102th floor of World Trade Center: Survivor remembers 9/11 in her Upper Bukit Timah apartment

She fled the 102th floor of World Trade Center: Survivor remembers 9/11 in her Upper Bukit Timah apartment

12.9.2019

She fled the 102th floor of World Trade Center: Survivor remembers 9/11 in her Upper Bukit Timah apartment

SINGAPORE - Mrs Judith Francis-Wertenbroch stood on the balcony of her apartment in the Upper Bukit Timah area on Wednesday night (Sept 11), looking out at the dark trees lining her street all the way to Clementi. In the distance, she could even make out the tiny shimmering lights of Marina Bay Sands.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

But her mind was not on the peaceful scene before her. Instead, the American was remembering another time, 18 years ago, when she escaped the single deadliest terrorist attack in history.

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