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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705482

CBS Special for Tuesday, Sep 11, 2001

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Anchors: Dan Rather (11:00)

Reporters: Bob Orr (10:59) / Steve Hartman (11:01) / Bill Lagattuta (11:02) / Bob Schieffer (11:11) / John Roberts (11:15) / Anthony Mason (11:22) / Maureen Maher (11:27) / Byron Pitts (11:29) / Troy Roberts (11:36) / Elizabeth Kaledin (11:40) / Bill Whitaker (11:43) / Erin Moriarty (11:50) / Jim Axelrod (11:59)

Interviews: 11:47:20 Dr. Richard Westphal from St. Vincent's Hospital

Live video: Lower Manhattan, streets and skyline

Video footage: Crash site in Somerset, Pennsylvania

Set summary reportorial pieces (video with audio): 11:02:50-11:06:20 Rescue and hospital scenes, statements from those working in area, lines for donating blood / 11:27:00-11:28:50 Arabs fear retaliation, Abdal Rezeski from a Dallas Mosque, Palestinian Mohammed Seyam, publisher Osama Sublami, Madeline Albright / 11:29:50-11:34:00 Lower Manhattan at night / 11:36:30-11:40:10 replay of Troy Roberts piece / 11:43:30-11:47:00 replay Bill Whitaker piece / 11:50:50-11:56:00 replay Erin Moriarty piece / 11:59:00-12:00:40 closed airports, cancellations of sporting events, award shows

Special interest: 11:19 Zach Stone, whose father died in the WTC destruction, interviewed

Axelrod, Jim;
Hartman, Steve;
Kaledin, Elizabeth;
Lagattuta, Bill;
Maher, Maureen;
Mason, Anthony;
Moriarty, Erin;
Orr, Bob;
Pitts, Byron;
Roberts, John;
Roberts, Troy;
Schieffer, Bob;
Whitaker, Bill

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