Question of the day: Where were you on 9/11 and why is it important to remember?
Sept. 11, 2012 at 4:11 a.m.
"I was at home. I had just gotten off a shift when I found out what was going on. It's important to remember what happened because of the tragedy those families suffered and the insult to our country." - Vickie Monroe, registered nurse, Victoria.
"I was out on a job. When I saw it on the screen, I thought it was unbelievable." - Jay Barrett, oil field worker, Austin.
"I was at work. It's very important to remember because of Homeland Security. I think the U.S. needs to be very aware of our borders and of who we let in the country, because it could happen again." - Sylvester Mosley, sheriff's deputy, Port Lavaca.
I was in the military. I think it's important to remember because that was on our homeland. It shows just how vulnerable we can be." - Felipe Sanchez, retired military, Victoria.