Hoosiers Reflect On 9/11
Hoosiers are remembering 9/11 and the horrors that hit the World Trade Center in New York and Pentagon in Washington.
More than a decade later, many say they still think the nation should continue to stop on this day and look back at what happened. We spoke with folks at the Law Enforcement and Firefighters' Memorial near the Statehouse.
Some say they simply can't forget the images of the Twin Towers falling. Others say the nation should continue to mourn the thousands of lives lost on that day. Some say tighter security procedures at government buildings and airports make them feel safer while others say they're mainly a waste of time and resources.
Ultimately, most appear to agree that 9/11, although not a holiday, should continue to be considered a historic day that changed America and the nation's understanding of terrorism and the fact that it can happen anytime, anywhere.