On September 11th, 2001, Genelle Guzman-McMillan was at work in her office on the 64th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower, when the building was hit by a plane.

As she later revealed in a newspaper interview, at first there wasn’t any smoke or fire. The company she worked for had told her to stay put and wait for help, but after an hour she decided to head to the stairwell.

When she had reached the 13th floor, she bent over to take off her shoe, and then suddenly, a wall fell on her. Her feet were pinned, and her head was trapped between two pieces of concrete. The only thing she was able to move was her left hand.

After being stuck for 27 hours, she heard a man’s voice telling her to remain calm as rescuers were on their way. She was the final living person pulled from the wreckage.


Flash: Never loose hope. Have firm faith in God. He has all the powers of the world to help you with. Remember God in good times and He will remember you in bad times.

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