Texas couple met on 9/11, after their plane was diverted to Canada

The pair were flying separately on a U.S.-bound international flight on Sept. 11, 2001, when their plane was diverted to New Foundland, Kanada, following the attacks and after U.S. airspace had closed, volgens FOX 26 Houston.

I noticed the flight attendant was extremely nervous and almost visibly shaking and I thought she’s really not cut out for this job,” Nick, 73, het die stasie gesê. “Little did I realize she was probably walking around the plane looking for other people that might have been terrorists.

Theirs and nearly 40 other flights were diverted to New Foundland where they stayed for several days, along with thousands of others, waiting for news and a chance to go home.

They just opened their pantries, their refrigerators, and made food for almost 7,000 mense,” Diane, 80, who has now been married to her husband for 19 jare, said of the welcoming Canadians.

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Basically the New Foundlanders displayed the very best of mankind,” Nick added.

Nick and Diane Marson met after their U.S.-bound flight was diverted to Canada after the attacks on 9/11. The couple have been married for 19 jare. (Getty Images)

Nick and Diane Marson met after their U.S.-bound flight was diverted to Canada after the attacks on 9/11. The couple have been married for 19 jare. (Getty Images)

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