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The plaque commemorates Andrew Knox who was killed in the terrorist attacks on New York, U. S. A., in September 2001.

Andrew Knox had a bright future ahead of him but, like the 2,995 other people who were killed on September 11 in 2001, it was tragically cut short. Originally from Adelaide, Andrew Knox, 29, was working as an environmental architect on the 103rd floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into it. 

Fifteen years after his death, close friend, Kirsten Andrews, told SBS about the big future Mr Knox had in front of him. "He was pretty engaged in politics and the union movement as well. To be honest, I always assumed he would run for Parliament and he had enough support in the Labor party to do that, if that had been his ambition one day," Ms Andrews said.
SBS News, 12th September 2016.


Address:Hurtle Parade, Mawson Lakes, 5095
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.929161
Long: 138.670008
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event Start Date:11-September-2001
Actual Event End Date:11-September-2001


Front Inscription

In fond memory of our mate

Andrew Knox

Past AWU Industrial Officer

Victim of terrorism

New York City 11. 9. 2001


Source: MA
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