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This miracle man survived 9/11 and the Hoboken train crash (Really?)

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 Cinnamon    24,809

Most people would call Tahir Qureshi unlucky.

But Qureshi — who was injured and nearly killed by falling debris in both 9/11 and Thursday’s Hoboken train crash — believes otherwise.

“I feel blessed — I’m very lucky to be alive,” Qureshi, a 42-year-old father of three from New Milford, NJ, told The Post on Thursday.

Qureshi was literally walking through the front door of the World Trade Center when a plane struck the 98th floor of his offices at Marsh & McLennan.

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http://nypost.com/2016/09/30/this-miracle-man-survived-911-and-the-hoboken-train-crash/

Anyone remember the guy that survived 3 terrorist attacks? It wasn't that long ago, it's post on here somewhere.  Somebody find out if this guy is a crisis actor! 

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 Quiet Storm    989
7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Most people would call Tahir Qureshi unlucky.

But Qureshi — who was injured and nearly killed by falling debris in both 9/11 and Thursday’s Hoboken train crash — believes otherwise.

“I feel blessed — I’m very lucky to be alive,” Qureshi, a 42-year-old father of three from New Milford, NJ, told The Post on Thursday.

Qureshi was literally walking through the front door of the World Trade Center when a plane struck the 98th floor of his offices at Marsh & McLennan.

<snip>

http://nypost.com/2016/09/30/this-miracle-man-survived-911-and-the-hoboken-train-crash/

Anyone remember the guy that survived 3 terrorist attacks? It wasn't that long ago, it's post on here somewhere.  Somebody find out if this guy is a crisis actor! 

Ask,  and ye shall recieve. 

http://www.conspiracyoutpost.com/topic/11495-crisis-actors-never-die-man-who-died-in-3-“terror-attacks”-alive-and-well-videos/#comment-106792

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