It's the 12th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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Where were you? Tri-State residents use social media share thoughts, memories of September 11, 2011

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CINCINNATI - Twelve years ago we lived in a world without smartphones and social networks, and most of us know exactly where we were on September 11, 2001. We asked our Facebook fans to share their memories.

Facebook fan Jay Klein

 

Facebook fan Jessica Miller Shelly

 

Facebook fan  Ella Fugate

Other members of the Tri-State community used Twitter to share messages about the somber anniversary.

U.C. President Santa Ono

 

Mercy Health

 

Frisch's Big Boy

 

Duke Energy

 

 

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