“She was just a good person.” Farmer’s aunt. Debra Beldone, says her niece had been living with her for the past year after being diagnosed with breast cancer. “I can’t believe it. I’m numb,” says Beldone. “It’s sad for me to have someone take her life on the way home.” Beldonesays she thinks the shooting was related to road rage. “The phone call. The chasing. The way that she was shot,” She says. http://benjaminbennettstyle.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/07/30/establishing-major-factors-for-curriculum-vitae“Who does that? What kind of person does that?” Beldone says Farmer had been helping a friend take clothes to the laundromat, and had been on her way home. “The people who did this.
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Upson was still unaware of what was happening and was paralyzed with fear for what may have been less than a minute, then he says, even though he was scared something extraordinary happened. “Right after that I moved into action. Something motivated me to do something. I had to make a choice, do I stay or do I go?” “I knew that if I stayed I may never be able to go.” Out the window Upson could see the once beautiful clear day had turned gray with dust, debris and smoke. It still wasn’t clear where the trouble was but Upson says intuition told him something serious and life threatening was happening. His instinct was to get out. He had a choice to make. “Now there’s swarms of people running, hysterically running for the stairs, because I had been in a bomb scare before, and I had to go down 39 flights of stairs, took an hour and the little voice, the intuition I had came back and said, “you don’t have time” take the elevator. Well, the elevator doors were closed and then another miracle, they opened.” Full to capacity, Upson pushing his way into the elevator was standing in the middle of the crowd. People from the back feeling smothered pushed forward, the pressure forcing some of them out of the elevator. “The doors close and I can hear people screaming from the other side”, says Upson. They said “let me on, let me in, help me, save me, don’t leave me to die.” The express elevator carrying Upson from the 78th floor makes it down in 45 seconds. Doors open and everyone is pushing and shoving then running frantically. He looks back just in time to see the second hijacked plane crashing into the south tower, right where he had been just minutes before.
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