Thursday, October 12, 2006
There are times that we are reminded that this big city of ours is just like a small town. From the attacks on the World Trade Center to the Blackout of 2003 to last year’s MTA transit strike, in times both good and bad, New Yorkers pull together. Yesterday was another such day. A small plane, piloted by Yankee Cory Lidle, crashed into a building on the Upper East Side of New York, and it reminded some of us of the September 11th attacks and the sadness, worry and heroism that came out of that day. Our thoughts are with Cory Lidle’s family and those families affected by the accident.