People are still dying indirectly as a result of the terrorist attacks. I received this e-mail from a bussiness associate:
"Several days after I visited with you (11th) Sam finished our business in Denver and tried to get a new flight back to Virginia...without luck!. I headed west by car and Sam rented a car and started driving solo back home. I regret to tell you that he had a head-on collision with a truck somewhere near Indy and was killed instantly."
Had he simply flown back, he'd still be alive today. It makes one think, was it fate? What happens when the road you're on suddenly turns. What if you go right when you should have gone left? What if the attacks hadn't happened, causing flights to be grounded? How many other lives were effected that we don't even know about?
[This message has been edited by Gene (edited 10-03-2001).]