9 November 2018
Safety Is Important in Today’s Society
The cold fall breeze fell on New York hard and quick, like a crushing punch to the face. It was calm and peaceful in the Big Apple, everything seemed to be working properly as if it were one big robot with all its moving parts in tip top shape. September 9th 2001 was an average day for America. The world was watching the U.S. Open with its new and upcoming Tennis player from Australia, Pete Sampras. He went on to winning the entire Open and becoming the youngest world player to win the U.S. Open. Everyone was cheering for their favorite players from around the world.
Dwight Dalton was a Tennis fanatic. He grew up playing it his whole life, but simply got burned out of the sport. He loved to watch tennis, even with his inability to play it, he loved to watch the matches. He lived in New York, and loved being there but didn’t really feel intrigued with the dangers of it all. Everyone says to be careful in New York and always watch your back, but he didn’t feel that way. He always felt safe in a way and didn’t bother to worry about it at all. The players continued to compete for the next two days, and Dwight was there for both days. On Tuesday, September 11th, Dwight got up bright and early for the finals of the U.S Open, and left the house at 7:50 to catch...