We all remember the terrifying images from September 11, 2001: The towers on fire, people covered in dust and soot as they evacuated the area, our first responders and other heroes who stepped in to save as many people as they could.
These images are seared into our minds. Now, 20 years later, the photographers and subjects of these photos have spoken out to various news outlets about their experiences.
Fox News spoke to Yoni Brook, who was a 19-year-old sophomore at New York University when the World Trade Center was attacked by terrorists. Brook had done some freelance work for The Washington Post and said he was contacted by his editors to see if he would cover the attacks. Brook grabbed his camera and headed toward the destruction.
“I sort of found myself – this was maybe an hour after the collapse – just there, kind of alone, seemingly alone,” Brook told Fox. “It was just like everybody was in shock