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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705267

NBC Special for Tuesday, Sep 11, 2001

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Anchors: Matt Lauer (7:58) / Katie Couric (7:58) / Tom Brokaw (8:47)

Reporters: Bob Kur (8:18, 8:55) / Jim Miklaszewski (8:19, 8:34) / David Gregory (8:23, 8:41) / Jamie Gangel (8:28, 8:47)

Interviews: Terrorist expert former State Dept. official Larry Johnson (8:35) / former FBI official James Kallstrom (8:51)

Eyewitnesses: Jennifer Overstein‡ (7:59 & 8:04) / NBC News producer Elliot Walker (8:02-8:06) / Ali Eberhardt‡ (8:06) / George Shay‡ (8:08) / TV producer Jane Derenowski (8:12) / Dan Dietrich (8:14)

Live video: 7:58 first WTC tower burning / 8:03 second plane crashing into tower / both towers on fire / 8:42 Pentagon burning / 8:45 White House evacuated / 8:59:10 North Tower collapses: distant Perspective 8

Taped video footage: 8:04:50, 8:05:10, 8:11:00, 8:15:00, 8:21:20 second plane crashing into North Tower Tower One (North Tower) plane approaches from right of screen; close angle picture / 8:29:10 explosion of second tower, plane obscured Close-up of front of plane as it enters Tower One (North Tower) / 8:29:30 Tower One (North Tower) plane approaches from right of screen; close angle picture / various views of explosion / 8:48:10 Close-up of front of plane as it enters Tower One (North Tower)

Public statements: 8:30:10-8:31:20 live coverage of President Bush's first statement from Florida school

Of special interest: several eyewitness reports / initial reports of hijacking,terrorist attack (8:29) / report of Pentagon explosion (8:39)

Gangel, Jamie;
Gregory, David;
Kur, Bob;
Miklaszewski, Jim;
Mitchell, Andrea

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