Transcript for Remembering the Oklahoma City Bombing
bomber continues on Monday. And a somber milestone in a case of terror. The Oklahoma City blast, still incomprehensible. And the survivors and families of the victims gather to remember the moment that changed their lives forever. Neal Karlinsky is there. Reporter: 20 years later, memories may have faded, but the wounds for many here are as fresh as yesterday. Kevin lee Reporter: It was 9:02 A.M. When a truck bomb tore through the Murrah federal building. A major explosion in Oklahoma City in a federal building. Reporter: The devastation was hard to comprehend. 168 killed, 680 injured and another 324 buildings damaged or destroyed. Until 9/11, it was the deadliest terror attack in U.S. History. This time committed by Americans, antigovernment extremists timothy Mcveigh executed for the crime, and terry Nichols, still serving a life sentence. It makes me appreciate every day. Reporter: P.j. Allen's entire life has been intertwined with this place. That's him as a baby in 1995, he was the youngest survivor of the building's daycare which lost 19 children that morning. Today, he's a 21-year-old college student, back again to honor those who weren't so lucky with the way he lives his life. I have to try my hardest in everything, because I can't not give it my all. Reporter: These 168 chairs represent each of the victims. All of their names were read, family and friends gathered. A powerful reminder of what happened 20 years ago this morning.
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