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Remembering 9/11 Victims
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9-11 Memorial, New York

9/11 Memorial in New York City. Photo by Wallula via Pixabay.

On September 11, 2001, 2,996 people died in New York City, Washington, D.C. and in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, as a result of terrorist attacks. Among the victims, at least 50 were from California; 25 were residents of Los Angeles County. Those from Los Angeles County, ranging in age from 3 to 80, were all passengers on the airliners flown into the World Trade Center towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. They are listed below by flight, name, age and hometown.

American Airlines Flight 11 (Boston to LAX)

(Flown into the World Trade Center North Tower at 8:46 a.m.)

David Lawrence Angell, age 54, Pasadena
Mary Lynn Angell, age 52, Pasadena
Seima Aoyama, age 48, Culver City
Carolyn Beug, age 48, Santa Monica
Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green, age 34, Santa Monica
John A. Hofer, age 45, Bellflower
Daniel John Lee, age 34, Van Nuys
Laurie Ann Neira, age 48, Los Angeles
Thomas Nicholas Pecorelli, age 31, Topanga
Berry Berenson Perkins, age 53, Los Angeles
Pendyala Vamsikrishna, age 30, Los Angeles
John Joseph Wenckus, age 46, Torrance

United Airlines Flight 175 ( Boston to LAX)

(Flown into the World Trade Center South Tower at 9:03 a.m.)

Touri Hamzavi Bolourchi, age 69, Beverly Hills
Daniel R. Brandhorst, age 41, Los Angeles
David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst, age 3, Los Angeles
Dorothy Alma De Aaraujo, age 80, Long Beach
Ronald Gamboa, age 33, Los Angeles
Eric Hartono, age 19, Los Angeles
Maclovio "Joe" Lopez, Jr., age 40, Norwalk
Marie Pappalardo, age 53, Paramount

American Airlines Flight 77 (Washington DC to LAX)

(Flown into the Pentagon at 9:37 a.m.)

Yeneneh Betru, age 35, Burbank
Stanley Hall, age 68, Rancho Palos Verdes
Chandler "Chad" Keller, age 29, Manhattan Beach
Dora M. Menchaca, age 45, Santa Monica
Ruben Ornedo, age 39, Los Angeles

9/11 Memorial, New York

9/11 Memorial in New York City. Photo by Wikimedia Images via Pixabay.

Thank you to 9/11 Memorial & Museum.