A reporter’s memories from 9/11

    While many of sat, eyes glued to the TV, watching the events of Sept. 11 unfold, Daily News reporter Chris Brennan and photographer Jim MacMillian packed up and headed to New York City — not that getting there was easy.

    “On our way to New York, my cellphone is not working. I can’t call the office or check my messages. I am out of touch. Then the radio makes me think I should turn around and head home. A newsreader just said that an airplane has slammed into Jenkintown. Jenkintown? Why?”

    That’s one excerpt from Brennan’s recollection of the events, published today in the DN. As the 10th anniversary approaches Sunday, Brennan shares his memories of the trip — some graphic, some sad, all vivid.

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