September 13. 2001
The New York Stock Exchange, at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets, is deserted aside from emergency personnel September 13. 2001 in New York City. Key U.S. stock markets will remain closed for a third consecutive day Thursday as New York's financial district works to recover from the brutal terrorist attack on the World Trade Center
It was reported that a fourth airplane, United Airlines flight 93, crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pa. after its passengers had learned of attacks in New York and Washington D.C. and tried to defeat the terrorists who had taken control of their jet. The 40 passengers on United 93 died.