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Segment 1On this day of remembrance and reflection we will look at how the terror attacks of ten years ago reached beyond New York and Washington. We start with the story of a Utah man who watched the horrors of the attacks that morning as he was on his way to work.
Mark Johnson, of Bountiful, was living and working in New York at the time. At 9 a.m. Johnson exited the subway station in the shadow of the twin towers and quickly discovered that something was very wrong.
Watch his interview above.
Lori Prichard reports from Washington D.C. looks at the brief time of unity between lawmakers after 9/11. Now sharply divided again, will they work together in the future? Politicians have in the past, but perhaps the shift in focus to campaigning has pitted them against each other.
Jed Boal meets with Mike Doxstader, a soldier from Utah, who felt a personal responsibility to "go find the bad guys" after 9/11. He feels this generation took the attacks personally and, like himself, decided to do something about it.
Do Muslims in Utah experience discrimination? Carole Mikita sits down with Muslims in the community to discuss how Muslims fit in and the values they share with many other Utahns.