Wednesday, September 12, 2001

Just got an e-mail from my Dad. He's writing from our home town of Lagrange, Indiana, which is just about as "middle-of-nowhere" as you can get. He says:

"You should have seen the gas stations around here yesterday. People were panicked and the cars were lined up 30 and 40 to a station. The Shell station in LaGrange pumped dry... Some of the stations started price gouging by raising the prices to any where from 4 to 6 dollars a gallon. I also heard on the radio this morning that there was a fire in Topeka and the Life Care helicopter from the hospital was grounded and a little Amish girl died because they couldn't get her to the hospital in time."

Everybody's affected. Everybody's panicking. Those planes didn't just hit the east coast. They hit America.

Leave a Comment
Please note: As this post is over two weeks old, your comment will not appear until it has been moderated.

* optional
Save as cookie?
* Website:
What colour is an orange?     (Spam prevention.)

» about   » archives   » photos   » contact
archived post

This is where my weblog goes to die. Every post has a permanent home, so this is where you should link if you're so inclined.
"RunningBlog" refers to posts related to running that are cross-posted over at geekgirlrunner.
"Moblog" refers to posts and images posted directly from my mobile phone.
"PW Blog" refers to posts recovered from my very first weblog, which dealt with news related to my college dorm.
Created and maintained by Kristine Howard ©2000-2014.