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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705576

CNN Special for Tuesday, Sep 11, 2001

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Anchors: 10:00 Paula Zahn / 10:03 Bill Hemmer / 10:16 Wolf Blitzer / 10:53 Frank Sesno / 10:55 Jeff Greenfield

Reporters: 10:00 Susan Lisovicz / 10:08 Bill Delaney / 10:13 Frank Buckley / 10:22 Deborah Feyerick

Interviews: 10:17 Senator Christopher Dodd / 10:17 Former Secretary of State Warren Christopher / 10:17 Former Department of National Security Adviser James Steinberg / 10:48 Former NY Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly / 10:55 Historian David McCullough / 10:55 Author David Halberstam

Family members of victims: 10:05 Cathy Hoglan & Alice Hoglan, aunt and wife of flight 93 passenger Mark Bingham / 10:07 Jim Ogonowski brother of flight 11 pilot

Eyewitnesses: none

Live video: interviews

Video Footage: civilian reactions / 10:06:40 Distant view of collapse of Tower One, second tower hit; first tower obscuring view / 10:19:30 & 10:37:10 & 10:38:00 Two angles of the collapse of Tower One, the second tower hit, from ground level / 10:38:20 Distant view of collapse of Tower Two, first tower hit, camera pans out / 10:50:30 & 10:51:30 first video of first plane crashing into WTC Tower / 10:51:50 Tower One (North Tower) plane approaches from left of screen; close, clear shot of flight path of plane, following plane as it hits building / 10:54:40 Collapse of Tower One, second tower hit, viewed from ground level

Public statements: 10:30:50-10:47:20 New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's second statement

Reporter(s):
Buckley, Frank;
Delaney, Bill;
Feyerick, Deborah;
Lisovicz, Susan
Duration:
01:00:00

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