Ground Zero

By | September 28, 2013

Her daughter, 26 years old and seven months pregnant, lost her life in the 92 floor of one of the two twin towers. Her experience served him to help other victims of terrorism, as the of the 11-m ten years 11-S: in panic and the crusade against terror cooperation. I will still be able to go to ground zero. They are the words of Jose Luis San Pio, the father of the only Spanish victim of the attacks of 9-11, Silvia of San Pio, who said that, despite having visited New York several times, it has not been able to go to the place where her daughter died. This Sunday met ten years of the terrorist act at the World Trade Center, something before St. Pio feels sad. The passage of time manages to appease the feelings, but they are repeated in a particular way each anniversary, especially in those who are so peculiar as this, the tenth, has expressed.

Her daughter, 26 years old and seven months pregnant, lost her life in the 92 floor of one of the two towers Twins, which also killed her husband, John Resta who, like her, worked as analyst for the firm Carr Futures. San PIO, lawyer, it has several framed pictures of Silvia in his Office and on his computer. In one of them, women out dressed bride and in other dances with his father on his wedding day. I remember with sweetness to my daughter, she was very dear, has told of St. Pio, who has stated that, when he saw images of the attack on television in his Office in Madrid, she knew that she had died. We were looking for in hospitals in New York, we took DNA tests but I was convinced since I saw the images for the first time, that if she had gone that day at work had died, he explained.


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