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Datum: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 10:00:46 +0200
Cheryl we are devastated by the awful news and very concerned for your safety.
We understand that the situation is extremely chaotic, if you have the possibility, please contact us to let us know you are safe.
Frank from Leipzig
Datum: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:14:10 -0400
Betreff: Re: Message
Cheryl and Allan are safe and well. I am responding to this email
because Cheryl was away this weekend and she wanted to make sure that
you know she is fine.
She will email you sometime this week.
Thank you and I hope you are doing well yourself.
Datum: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 18:10:07 -0400
Betreff: World Trade
My assistant Sarah was looking frantically through your book for the picture of the towers.
We didn’t really have a picture you know. I will later send you one I have taken later. I am sending you my thoughts over the last days.
We have received so many calls and e-mails.
Thank you for your concern for us.
We are all ok and miraculously as of yet know personally of only a few who are not safe.
However there are so many who have lost their lives here. The count is 5000.
I tried to write each day and what I write seems stupid from one day to the next. So much is happening each moment that changes how you think here.
As of Thursday, we spent our days running from the roof to the TV and back again. Walking around a very quiet city. By Thursday above 14th street you would believe it was any other day in NY City. From 14th to Houston there are no cars from Houston to here, only those who live here may enter. It is like a graveyard punctuated by sirens and the smell smoldering wet wood. Even in the loft. Friday classes resumed at NYU and the streets are opened to Canal Street. Weiterlesen
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