In 1993, Jeannine was working on the 45th floor of the North Tower during the February 26th bombing. She remembers her reaction when her husband told her over the phone later that day that a bomb had caused the explosion: "To hear him say the words ‘terrorists’ and ‘bomb,’ my knees – my legs just went out completely from underneath me and I just collapsed in the PATH Station.”
Beginning as a college engineering student, Charles Maikish spent nearly his entire career at the World Trade Center with diverse responsibilities for managing the building. In honor of the 15th anniversary of the February 26, 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, Maikish talked with the 9/11 Memorial Museum staff about his memories of the bombing and the memorial created in honor of the people killed in that attack. Listen to a short excerpt of that interview.
The former World Trade Center Director of Fire Safety recounts his experience during the 1993 bombing of the towers.