Powerful 9/11 Budweiser Commercial Only Aired Once, but It Gives Us Chills That Will Last a Lifetime

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On the nineteenth anniversary of 9/11, a powerful Budweiser commercial that has only aired once has resurfaced, and it is giving people serious chills…

This deadly attack was carried out by the terrorist organization, al Qaeda, who ultimately took the lives of nearly 3,000 innocent people and injured 6,000 more.

A total of 4 airplanes from major U.S air carriers United Airlines and American Airlines were hijacked and flown directly into targets.  

And the final flight was crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after the crew and passengers valiantly fought back against the hijackers.

There were hundreds of people working on the floors above where the planes hit, and those who weren’t killed instantly by the impact were stranded in their tiny offices with nowhere to escape the rapidly burning fire from the jet fuel.

People were seen desperately hanging out of their windows and waving t-shirts and rags in an attempt to catch attention and get help.

People began desperately jumping from the windows, plummeting thousands of feet to their deaths.  

Which shocked not only the nation. but the entire world.

And tragically, killing and injuring thousands more people.

But their bravery showed no bounds – police, paramedics, doctors, and firefighters worked around the clock for months following the tragedy.

Firefighters from across the state selflessly ran into the burning buildings in a desperate attempt to save as many lives as possible.  

And, nineteen years on, many more have perished, or have been forced to live with various health issues caused by the toxic fumes at ground zero.

And every year without fail, we come together to remember those who gave their own lives protecting our country.

And each year, Ground Zero lights up in a chilling, yet poignant display of remembrance and unity.

Thus bringing us to the story of the long lost Budweiser ad.

And it served as a moving and poignant tribute to the 2001 terror attacks.

It only aired once. 

Before coming to a halt in a park overlooking the New York skyline.

The horses all take a bow, and you can see clearly where the World Trade Center once stood.

And the message, “We’ll never forget” appear on a black screen.

May all the victims of the dreadful events of 9/11 rest in peace. For stories on the heroics of that terrible day, keep scrolling…