How Many People Died And Were Injured In The 9/11 Attacks?

The attacks of September 11th, which killed thousands of civilians and first responders, will soon be 21 years old. 

Many of these victims continue to deal with the after-effects of the attacks on a daily basis, including the trauma they endured, survivor's guilt, and physical injuries. 

This year, President Biden will pay his respects on the anniversary of the tragedy by laying a wreath and making a speech at the Pentagon. 

Vice President Kamala Harris will attend a memorial service at the National September 11th Memorial in New York City, while First Lady Jill Biden will speak at the Flight 93 National Memorial Observance in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 

According to reports, 2,997 people died in the Twin Towers, Pentagon, and United Flight 93 crash in Pennsylvania on September 11th. 

In addition, during the four attacks, 19 hijackers committed murder-suicide. 

412 first responders and 343 firefighters died trying to free people trapped in the towers after the attacks.