Crazy to think 9/11 was 14 years ago.
Everyone remembers the horrors of that day but looking back it is still jaw dropping to consider.
There were 2,977 people killed on 9/11.
In NYC there were 411 emergency workers killed.
343 fire fighters.
37 Port Authority Police Officers.
23 NYPD officers.
8 emergency medical technicians and paramedics.
The firefighters who were killed came from 75 different firehouses across NYC.
Over the course of three hours 121 engine companies were deployed including 62 ladder companies and 27 fire officers. All off-duty firefighters were recalled on that morning.
In addition to the regular fire apparatus the FDNY also deployed its only Haz-Mat unit, its mobile command center, its field communications unit, its five rescue units, both of its high-rise units, six of its squad units, and one of its two tactical support units.
Of the fire fighters killed there were 17 chiefs. 23 Captains. 44 Lieutenants.
141 Firefighters died in the North Tower.
191 Died in the South Tower.
Because the North Tower was hit first all the firefighters (from nearby firehouses) rushed to that building. The firefighters who came from further away (and showed up later) ended up going into the South Tower.
Because the plane that hit the South Tower crashed lower on the building (and at a higher rate of speed) the South Tower collapsed first. This is why most of the firefighters killed were stationed at firehouses further away from ground zero.
Overall in the North Tower 1,402 employees died.
Overall in the South Tower 614 employees died.
There were 115 nations that lost citizens on 9/11.
The ration of Men to Women who died was 3:1.
The age of the greatest number who died was between 35 and 39.
There were 291 bodies found intact.
There were 21,906 remains found overall.
There were 1,717 families who received no remains.
The number of people who lost a spouse or partner in the attacks: 1,609.
The estimated number of children who lost a parent: 3,051.
The percentage of Americans who knew someone hurt or killed in the attacks: 20%
The FDNY retirements, January–July 2001: 274.
The FDNY retirements, January–July 2002: 661.
The number of firefighters on leave for respiratory problems by January 2002: 300
The number of funerals attended by Rudy Giuliani in 2001: 200
The number of FDNY vehicles destroyed: 98
The tons of debris removed from site: 1.8 million
The number of days fires continued to burn after the attack: 99
The jobs lost in New York because of the attacks: 146,100
The days the New York Stock Exchange was closed: 6
The days after 9/11 that the U.S. began bombing Afghanistan: 26
The economic loss to New York in the month following the attacks: $105 billion
The estimated cost of cleanup: $600 million
The total FEMA money spent on the emergency: $970 million
The estimated amount donated to 9/11 charities: $1.4 billion
The estimated amount of insurance paid worldwide related to 9/11:$40.2 billion
The estimated number of New Yorkers suffering from post-traumatic-stress disorder as a result of 9/11: 422,000
The results of what happened on 9/11/2001 are still being felt 14 years later and will continue to be felt forever.