Friday, September 02, 2011


Longtime readers know that I occasionally write about my step-cousin Welles Crowther, the "man in the red bandanna" who saved as many as 18 people in the World Trade Center on that fateful day almost ten years ago, only to die himself. It has come to my attention that today's issue of USA Today has a front-page story about some of the people whose lives were changed, or perhaps ended, by the attacks on September 11, 2001, and that Welles is one of the featured personalities. Scroll about halfway down for the piece about Welles.

Take care.


By Anonymous B.McD., at Sat Sep 03, 08:45:00 AM:

Thanks for sharing this.  

By Blogger Wrexie, at Sat Sep 03, 10:41:00 AM:

Touching story... I linked over from NavyOne. He was hero in the truest sense. Yes, thank you for sharing it.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sat Sep 03, 12:11:00 PM:

Here's a local news segment about Welles and one of the people he saved:


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