19 Years Later: Honoring the Victims of the WTC 1993 Bombing

19 Years Later: Honoring the Victims of the WTC 1993 Bombing

The original memorial to the six victims of the 1993 bombing was destroyed on 9/11. The victims' names are now inscribed on the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site. (File photo)

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is commemorating the 19th anniversary of the Feb. 26, 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center by sharing stories and artifacts connected to that tragic day. Help pay tribute to the six people killed in the attack by sharing your comments, memories and reflections.

When terrorists bombed the World Trade Center some 19 years ago, six people were killed, including a woman and her unborn child. The victims were John DiGiovanni, 45; Robert Kirkpatrick, 61; Stephen Knapp, 47; William Macko, 57; Wilfredo Mercado, 37, and Monica Rodriguez Smith, 35, who was pregnant when she died. Learn more about their lives here.

A granite memorial fountain for 1993 bombing victims was destroyed in the 2001 terrorists attacks.The six names are now inscribed on the 9/11 Memorial with the names of thousands of others killed on Sept. 11. Visit names.911memorial.org or download for free the Memorial Guide app to find a victim's name.

Honor the memory of the victims of the Feb. 26, 1993 bombing and join the conversation on Twitter @sept11memorial, using #WTC1993 when posting tributes. The 19th anniversary of the attack is Sunday.

By 9/11 Memorial staff