August 20, 2011 by Post Team
Lara Lundstrom Clark’s life was saved on her way to work on September 11, 2011 thanks to a “right of passage” across the street altercation with Paltrow.
Although I have never met and probably will not remember the meeting that morning, I have to thank for saving my life without realizing that day, “said Clark.” I want to thank you for changing my destiny on that terrible day. ”
Clark recounted her story for the first time in a letter to the report published by Paltrow Morton.
As Clark was in a hurry to cross the street in the West Village of New York to get to the subway, so as Paltrow Jaywalker barreling toward her Mercedes SUV Clark, since she lived in the same street.
“The truck stopped as quickly as I did to avoid a collision. Then the car started, so I did, then the car stopped after I did. It was a classic match to start, stop, start, and stop. Then I that was you, “Clark said in a letter to the report published by Paltrow Morton.
Clark allegedly lost her train that morning thanks to Paltrow, comparing her experience with Paltrow’s role in the movie “Sliding Doors”, and was late for work that fateful morning. Upon arrival at the World Trade Center at 8:47 am, where he worked on the second building, the first building had already been beaten.
“I’m not sure if it had made the first train,” he wrote.
As the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 11 is around the corner, Clark wanted to share her story to Paltrow, who credits her life.
“I spent years of healing, but this is one of my own story I have to take the starting point,” he wrote.
“Please know that this is not an excuse to get together, but rather a way of thanking you for changing my life.”
Paltrow’s publicist Stephen Huvane confirmed the story of Morton Clark Report, Paltrow said she was “deeply moved”.
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