A list of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack victims from data compiled by the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
The overall death toll from the attacks stands at 2,977 — including 2,753 killed as a result of the attacks at the World Trade Center, 184 killed at the Pentagon and 40 killed in the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. The death toll does not include the 19 hijackers aboard the four jetliners that crashed at the attack sites. The World Trade Center death toll includes three victims who died of respiratory disease months to years after 9/11 and whose deaths were reclassified as homicides by the New York City medical examiner’s office because of the victims’ exposure to World Trade Center dust at the time of the twin towers’ collapse.
The list includes the victims’ names, ages and hometowns if available, affiliations of victims at the World Trade Center and the sites of their deaths. Passengers and crew members aboard the four jetliners, and where they crashed, are identified separately. In the cases of the three victims who died of post-9/11 illness, and more than a dozen others who died of their injuries days and weeks after the attacks, the dates of the victims’ deaths are listed.
Not all of the victims’ hometowns and companies are available.
The AP created its own database of the Sept. 11 victims immediately after the 2001 attacks, based on government records, family members and other public information. It is using the memorial foundation’s records now because the foundation’s records contain the most up-to-date personal information about the victims. The foundation is constantly updating its database.