How Many People Survived the 9 11?

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It is unclear how many people survived the 9 11. 2,823 people died on the attack of the twin towers in New York when an aircraft crashed into it. The temperatures of the fire rose to about 2300 degrees Fahrenheit and lasted for almost 69 days.
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The exact number of people that survived 11th September is very difficult to tell you. So facts say that there are over 3000 people that survived this attack.
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Around 3,000 people survived the twin towers crashing from what I heard. Actually its 2,995 people from the twin towers and additional 100 from the other 2 planes that hit the pentagon
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Excluding the 19 hijackers, 2,974 people died in the attacks. The overwhelming
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About 6 billion people survived 9/11. Almost every person on earth, except for 2,993. What do you mean by survivor? They estimate between 15,000 and 17,000 were in the WTC complex
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The September eleven attacks were a series of attacks where terrorists bombed the two unique and famous buildings in the world- the Pentagon and World Trade Centre towers. An estimated 18,000 people survived the attack and made it to share their experiences. Most of them were on lower floors below the points of impact.
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