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Remembering the victims of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing - NY Daily News
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They were the forgotten six, the ones who perished when terrorists bombed the World Trade Center in 1993.
Their families used to gather at a granite memorial every Feb. 26, on the anniversary of that attack, for a moment of silence. But like everything else that was ruined when evildoers flew two planes into the Twin Towers on 9/11, the memorial was destroyed.
The six victims of the 1993 bombing have since been honored on Panel N-73 at the north pool of the memorial constructed to honor victims of both attacks. The phrase “and her unborn child” follows the names of 10 pregnant women who died on 9/11 and one who died in the 1993 attack.
“Some days it feels like it just happened,” said Stephen Knapp, whose father, also named Stephen, died in the first attack. He leaned on the north pool and hugged his two teary-eyed daughters, 8 and 10.
“They are just starting to grasp the whole incident,” Knapp said. “In a day like this, all the emotions and the feelings, all come back to you, what you were doing when you first heard. Where were you. All that comes back rushing back to you.”