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Interactive map shows where Baltimoreans were on 9/11 [MAP]

There are also views for New York City and Washington, D.C., residents, as well as a national view.

It was 12 years this Wednesday since the attacks of 9/11. We’re a little late with this, as we just noticed the link on Twitter late Thursday, but we thought this was worth sharing. (Hat-tip to Kevin RectorSun reporter.)
The Baltimore Sun has an interactive map that plots where people from Baltimore were on Sept. 11, 2011. There are also views for New York City and Washington, D.C., residents, as well as a national view.
View the map, and submit your own story, here.

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