World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705471
CBS Special for Tuesday, Sep 11, 2001
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Note: local coverage interruption 4:05; 4:24
Anchors: Dan Rather (4:00) / Bob Orr (4:07) / Russ Mitchell (4:18)
Reporters: Bob Schieffer (4:11) / Bill Plante (4:15) / Scott Pelley (4:25) / David Martin (4:44)
Eyewitnesses: Patrick Andre (4:18-4:28)
Live video: Various shots of city, D.C. throughout
Video footage: 4:23:20 Nearby building collapses (7 WTC) / Tower One (North Tower) plane approaches from left of screen; clear shot of plane hitting building 4:30:50 / View of city as first tower collapses, vulgarity in audio / 4:42:20 Shot from above as 7 WTC collapses / 4:50:20 Compilation of collapse shots / 4:52:20 Tower One (North Tower) distant, angled shot of plane hitting building, shown once in real time and sometimes once in slow motion Extreme close-up of second plane entering Tower One (North Tower) Repeat of views to this point
- Martin, David;
- Pelley, Scott;
- Plante, Bill;
- Schieffer, Bob
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