You've heard the last voice mails and answering machine messages from those that were trapped or on the hijacked airplanes on September 11, but a hand written note from a man who was stuck inside the World Trade Center fell out of the sky that day, and ten years later, it was turned over to his wife.

Randy Scott was working at the World Trade Center on September 11 and in a desperate attempt to be rescued he wrote something on a piece of paper and threw it out the window. It said "84th floor. West office. 12 people trapped."

It was found by someone shortly before the buildings collapsed and they hung on to it. It was passed around for ten years and finally someone used DNA from a spot of blood on the paper to identify Randy.

Last year, his wife Denise was given the note. It will now be donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City.