The National Corvette Museum hosted a retired FBI agent as part of their Sept. 11 Memorial Exhibit today.
Retired FBI Special Agent Wesley Wong spoke to a group of students about his memories of Sept. 11.
He was at ground zero that day, and shared his memories of the bravery he witnessed.
"They talk about people that ran towards danger that morning rather than away. There were many people that were not first responders, it was not their job to respond, but they helped people get out, and they helped them escape the rubble," said Fmr. FBI Agent Wong.
Wong talked not only about the courage of police and firefighters, but of average citizens.
The exhibit that continues through Oct. 28 has a piece of the interactive remembrance fence that will be on display at ground zero. On this piece, people can leave their tributes to the victims.