I was working at Manhattan, Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, which was located on 64th street between 3rd & Lexington Ave in Manhattan. I was a lab supervisor then and attending Nursing school. My co-worker was listening to a radio station that used to do "phone scam" jokes. He then jumped up a said that a plane flew into the WTC. I didn't believe it at first because I thought it was a joke. But then everybody was saying a plane hit the WTC. We went to the lobby and, sure enough the top floors were on fire.Then. in real time, we saw to second plane hit. We then went into disaster code. The lobby was emptied out because we were going to be a staging area. We were a small specialty hospital. We later learned the president of the board of trustees of the hospital, who worked for Morgan Stanley, was killed.On a more personal note, my nephew lost to brothers-in-law.So sad.