Lyzbeth Makely is the widow of Jeremy Logan Glick, one of the unfortunate American passengers who was on board United Airlines Flight 93. This flight was hijacked and crashed on September 11 2001, which was a part of the 9/11 attacks. Learn more about Lyzbeth Makely in this article.
Lyzbeth Makely and Jeremy Glick Marriage
Lyzbeth Makely was married to her spouse Jeremy Glick on Aug 31 1996. They were living a happy married life until that grievous day of 9/11 came. Lyzbeth and Jeremy together have a daughter.
Heroic actions of Lyzbeth Makely’s Husband Jeremy Glick And His Co-passengers
After getting acquainted of the attack’s possibilities at the World Trade Center, Jeremy and some of his fellow members were attempted to reclaim the aircraft and foil the hijacking. During this struggle the plane got crashed. It fell into a field in Stonycreek Township, which is near Shanksville, PA. All the 33 passengers of that plane and the 7 on board crew members died during that attack. The 4 hijackers also died for the same.
The Hijackers Prior Declaration About The Attack
The hijackers of the United Airlines Flight 93 told all the 45 passengers and crew members their actual plan is to blow up the plane.
Jeremy Glick’s Phone Call To Lyzbeth
But Jeremy, who was a salesman for an Internet enterprise, was somehow able to place a phone call to his wife, Lyzbeth, who was at their home in northern New Jersey with their 3 months old daughter.
Lyzbeth Makely Recalled The Last Telephonic Conversation With Her Husband
Lyzbeth was recalling her last conversation with her husband Glick at an interview with Newsweek. She said that her husband was not sound panic at that time, the reason for this may ‘be she thinks he was trying to make her strong for the upcoming situations. Glick told Lyzbeth that another fellow passenger has informed him that already two planes had tumbled into the World Trade Center’s twin towers. Glick asked his wife if that news was true or not?
As an answer Lyzbeth told him that the information was true and the planes had crashed into the twin tower at 9:45 a.m. She also said that at that time she was watching those devastating scenes of twin tower damage on the TV.
Glick also added that his plane had been hijacked by 3 men who were looking like Iranian. They were wearing red headbands. He also added that the hijackers were holding a brandishing red box, and they were claiming that box contained a bomb. Glick said that one of the hijackers had a knife, and no other weapon was seen by him. All the passengers had been flocked into the backside of the plane; while the hijackers were at that time with the crew members in the cockpit.
Glick And Some Other Passenger’s Plan To Escape
Glick informed Lyzbeth that he had a last plan to escape. He told his wife that he with his 4 or 5 other passengers were planning to make a rush together and attack the hijackers. He also added his love to her on this last conversation.
That unfortunate terrorist attack had not only killed the victims but also gave an unforgettable grieve to their families, Lyzbeth Makely is one of them. She lost her husband and her 3-month-old daughter lost her father for no fault. Her loving husband will only live in her memories now.