Nicholas Cleves, 23, and Darren Drake, 32, who both worked in New York, were recalled as thriving young men and praised for their kindness

The two young Americans who died alongside six tourists in the terrorist attack in New York on Tuesday have been praised as smart, promising young men who were clearly thriving and in the prime of their lives.

The native New Yorker Nicholas Cleves was just 23 and a talented software engineer who was remembered as a “sweetheart” by a local shopkeeper. Darren Drake was 32, a project manager for the credit ratings agency Moody’s who commuted into the city daily from New Jersey and was described by his father as “most innocent”.

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