My brother, Seth, works 6 blocks from where the World Trade Center was.

On 9/01, we didn’t know where he was, whether he was okay, or what had happened to him. Because the phone lines were all down, we couldn’t get in touch with him, and it wasn’t until that evening that he called to say that he was okay, and to tell me what he’d experienced that day. The story was so personal and amazing that I asked him to come on my show the next day and repeat it for my listeners — including what it was like when the Twin Towers went down and a 20-story-high grayish-black ball of smoke and debris rolled up Church Street towards his office window at New York Law School. I’m sharing that audio for the first time. Listen to the conversation here.