Aussie In New York Talks To WSFM After Today's Terror Attack
An Australian woman has described the grief but also the moments of human kindness and resilience after the New York City "act of terror" which killed 8 people.
New York City's annual Halloween parade has marched on amid heavy security.
Australian Cassanda Kelly is a board director living in New York City.
Cassandra has described to WSFM'S Deborah Clay the moment she received a phone call from her 13 year old son Alexander to say he was locked in at school on the eight floor, as the terror attack unfolded.
Cassandra has explained how her family will deal with the tragedy.
The mood in NYC is mixed after its deadliest attack since 9/11.