A former engineer who worked at the World Trade Center in 1993 told Fox News that he believes the towers are “the best thing to happen to the country” since World War II.
In the new documentary “No Place Like Home,” former World Trade center engineer John Wertz tells the story of how he was able to build the towers at a time when other countries had been destroyed.
He believes the buildings are the best thing the country has ever seen.
“I was on my way back from a vacation when I heard the news, ‘No Place like Home,’ and I said, ‘Well, that’s nice.
I can finally get back to work, but at least we got something,'” he said.
Wertz went on to say that he never planned to be a firefighter.
Instead, he joined the Fire Department when he was 16 and was called to the World Financial Center after the collapse of the World Tower.
He was called back to New York after the attack on the Pentagon and became an engineer.
The film also tells the stories of other engineers who worked on the towers and the towers’ designers.
A retired engineer who is now retired said that he has a special appreciation for the building.
“It was an amazing experience to work on a structure that was designed by people who were able to foresee the future, who were really aware of what was going to happen, and they could take action to prevent it,” he said, adding that it was a “very special thing to be on the side of the people and not on the other side.”