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Local Reaction
A Federal Express plane prepares to land at the Albuquerque Sunport as the President Bush ordered all civilian aircraft in the United States to land at the nearest airport, due to the attack on the Unites States in New York, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. (Mike Stewart/Journal)

Local Reaction
Jim and Nancy Kerr, of Detroit Mich., watch in horror and shock the television coverage of the attacks on the East Coast at the Albuquerque Sunport airport after their flight was forced to land in Albuquerque. The man at right, also from Detroit, is Robert Rivest. (Mike Stewart/Journal)

Local Reaction
An Air Force soldier gets his web gear on at Kirtland Air Force Base Tuesday Sept., 11, 2001. (Mike Stewart/Journal)

Local Reaction
Alicia Wolfe of Santa Fe and Robert Bierer of Albuquerque, neither of whom owns a television, made a special trip to the Best Buy off Coors Blvd. to update themselves on the terrorist attacks in New York, Virginia and the District of Columbia, Tuesday Sept., 11, 2001. Both have relatives in Manhattan, N.Y. Bierer's cousin called while he watched the progamming assuring him that he and his two other cousins were OK. Wolfe's sister, who lives approximately 40 blocks from the World Trade Center, also contacted her to assure she was OK. (Rick Scibelli/For the Journal)