Some west point 3rd graders get a first hand account of september 11th, 2001 from a survivor who was pulled from the rubble of the world trade towers.
Students filled the west point school's cafeteria...to hear from will jimeno.
He was a police officer for the port authority, the day terrorists flew planes through the world trade center.
Through a skype interview, jimeno walked the students through what it was like that day....and how he and his fellow officers were scared..
But knew they had to do their jobs to save lives.
Will jimeno--"at that moment i felt helpless..i just felt helpless and i saw the people jumping and i just felt that everytime someone jumped that was someone's mother, brother, sister ...why am i telling you this?
Because you touch a lot of lives believe it or not...if you disappeared today s someone would miss you" jimeno says he was trapped with several other officers under debris and rubble.
He and a few other brave men, were pulled from the rubble after both towers collapsed.
Jimeno encouraged students to face their fears, be courageous, and help others, even in the face of danger.