NEW YORK – The latest on the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks (all times local):
A second moment of silence has been observed to mark the time the second plane struck the south tower of the World Trade Center.
Victims' relatives and others observed the moment Friday at ground zero.
Mini flags and flowers dot the perimeters of the site's reflecting pools, affixed lovingly next a victims' names.
The Sept. 11 attacks killed nearly 3,000 people, including more than 2,700 in New York City.
United Airlines Flight 175 from Boston was headed to Los Angeles 14 years ago Friday when it was hijacked by terrorists and crashed into the south tower, killing all 65 people aboard.
Bells are tolling as New York City observes a moment of silence to observe the time the first plane struck the north tower of the World Trade Center 14 years ago.
Families of victims of the 2001 and 1993 World Trade Center attacks began reading names Friday at ground zero.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama stepped out of the White House at 8:46 a.m. to observe a moment of silence.
Nereida Valle carried a photo of her daughter, Nereida DeJesus, who was 31 and working for Aon when she died on the 98th floor of the south tower.
Says the mother at ground zero: "I feel her every day."