Today marks the 18-year anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, and it’s a great time to hear the story of “The Man in the Red Bandana.”
Welles Crowther was an equity broker in the World Trade Center’s south tower in New York. He became a national hero when he gave his own life to save countless people after scumbag terrorists flew planes into the World Trade Center.
Crowther - College - Lacrosse - Star - Boston
Crowther, who was a college lacrosse star at Boston College, was famously identified by the red bandana he carried to get people’s attention during his rescue efforts. He died at the age of 24 from not being able to make it out before the tower collapsed during his rescue efforts.