How many people were killed on 9/11?

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A total of 2,996 people lost their lives as a result of the September 11th, 2001 attacks.
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At the least 1400 people on floors above the crashes. it is speculated that roughly three thousand or more died on this day in history.
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There were 2,996 deaths all up with 19 of these being hijackers and 2,977 being victims. Of the victims 246 were on the planes that were used for the attacks, 2,606 were within and
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About 3,000 people died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and
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about 3,000 Source(s): http://www.legacy.com/Sept11/Home.aspx
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Of these 2,996 people, 246 people died on the airliners that flew into the World Trade Center, Pentagon and the field in Pennsylvania. The attack on the Pentagon claimed 125 lives, and the attacks on the World Trade Center claimed 2,606. Victims at the World Trade Center included workers in the building, emergency first responders and people fleeing in the streets. The attacks have also claimed the lives of a number of people who helped clear the wreckage afterward, as cancer and other conditions caused by toxic smoke have begun to emerge.

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