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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705589

ABC Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Anchors: Elizabeth Vargas / Derek McGinty (2:37)

Reporters: John Donvan (1:55+) / from Pentagon, Jim Sciutto (2:07, 2:34) / Chris Cuomo (2:09) / Barry Serafin (2:17) / from WTC area, Bill Blakemore (2:43) / from Seattle, Lisa Stark (2:53) / Josh Gerstein (2:55)

Interviews: replay of former State Department official Lawrence Eagleburger tape with Peter Jennings (2:21-2:29) with video shown / tape of Pennsylvania plane crash victim Mark Bingham's mother Alice Hoglan account of conversation with son from Flight 93 (original: 9/11, 10:56-11:01) 2:43

Live video: none

Video footage: 2:03:30 & 2:15 & 2:45:30 Home video-street level view of plane hitting Tower Two, South Tower, FIRST tower hit / 2:14:50 Tower One (North Tower) plane approaches from left of screen; clear shot of plane hitting building or 7 / WTC area / 2:54-2:54:20 **Nathaniel Naka NYT video of plane hitting second tower

Set summary reportorial pieces (video with audio): 1:55-2:02 Donvan review of events (eyewitness Dennis Krauss, people, reporters Linda Douglass, Ann Compton, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, President Bush) / 2:09-2:11:30 Cuomo report on the view from the firefighters at the WTC

Public statements: 2:19 excerpts from of New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani 9/11 press conference

Of special interest: 2:06 claim that attack was by Pakistani/Kashmir group; review, new footage of planes; analyze newspaper reports (headlines shown 2:39)

Reporter(s):
Blakemore, Bill;
Cuomo, Chris;
Donvan, John;
Gerstein, Josh;
Sciutto, Jim;
Serafin, Barry;
Stark, Lisa
Duration:
01:00:00

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