CLEVELAND -- It's been 12 years since the attack on America that changed everything. Cleveland's role in that day is remembered by those involved as if it were yesterday.
An air traffic controller at the center in Oberlin had contact with Flight 93 before it went down.
There were close to 20,000 stranded people at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport without knowledge of why they were there.
One plane diverted to make an emergency landing in Cleveland was actually suspected of having a terrorist onboard.
Cleveland SWAT and the FBI carefully removed small groups of passengers as everyone waited nervously.
Those involved recall the events that they won't soon forget.
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