NEW YORK - The terrorist attack at the World Trade Center shut down vast stretches of New York on Tuesday, stranding millions of people in their homes, offices and on the streets. Many could not get home or reach loved ones by phone.
Andy Thornley, 43, who works for an insurer in Manhattan and witnessed one of the planes crashing into the center, took shelter in a bar with co-workers until it became clearer how they could get home.
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