ntang (ntang) wrote,

I just realized the old church (for which I assume Church Street is named) must have been destroyed as well. According to a CNN reporter buildings as far as 10 blocks away suffered direct damage from the explosions and collapses and such. The church was directly across the street from the towers. I used to go sit in and walk through the cemetery sometimes when I needed to clear my head or just get away from things. I used to look at that church and think how beautiful it was an how wonderful that right next to the huge WTC complex this church from hundreds of years ago had survived and was still standing, a testament to man, to faith, to everything. I hope it survived but I realize that realistically it's probably rubble now.

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