A Transcription Of A Tragic Voice Mail Message An American Man Left His Wife Just Before Airplane Struck The World Trade Center

A heartbreaking voice mail a passenger on the hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 sent his wife on 9/11 has gone viral. A written version of the voice mail recording has now been shared on Twitter by Professor Frank Mcdonough.

The transcription says: “Hey Jules, this is Brian. Aah, listen . . . I’m on an airplane that has been hijacked . . . If things don’t go well, and they’re not looking good, I want you to know that I love you. I want you to do good, have fun, same with my parents. I’ll see you when you get here. I want you to know that I love you. Bye, babe, hope I will call you.”

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These are the few comments to the message of a dying husband to his wife that made the twitter community “sobbing.” Furthermore, the tweet gathered more than 29,000 likes and retweeted 14,000 times. The written version of the voice mail is on display at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.

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Brian flew an F-14 in the Persian Gulf War and was a US Navy flight instructor for the Navy in Miramar, California. He was also working for a Defense Department contractor, Brandes Associates before he devastating incident.

Brian’s flight, from Boston, Massachusetts to Los Angeles, California struck the south tower of the World Trade Center about 15 minutes after the hijackers crash the American Airlines Flight 11, with 87 passengers and crew, into the north tower of the World Trade Center.

Julie told CNN in 2004 that she thinks the main reason Brian made the call was to “let us know where he was, what was happening, and to give us his final love and wishes for our lives because he knew he was on a doomed flight.”

Look! A good 3-minute Video of 9/11 event.

 

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