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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705866

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Anchors: 10:00 Paula Zahn / 10:00 Daryn Kagan / 10:10 Leon Harris

Reporters: 10:00 Christiane Amanpour / 10:08 David Ensor / 10:21 Kate Snow / 10:33 Patty Davis / 10:36 Gary Tuchman / 10:51 Bob Franken

Interviews: 10:25 Fire Chief Gary Greece ‡

Family members of victims: none

Eyewitnesses: 10:13 Dr. Mark Heath / 10:38 Robert Golinski ‡ / unidentified eyewitnesses

Live video: smoke from collapsed WTC towers / pictures of debris / efforts of rescue workers / Pentagon fire / Flight 93 crash site pictures

Video Footage: 10:13:50-10:16:10 excerpt from Dr. Mark Heath's video

Public statements: 10:02:10-10:07:20 Senator Hillary Clinton / 10:16:20-10:20:40 State Department spokesman Richard Boucher / 10:22:10-10:23:00 Minority Leader of the House Richard Gephardt / 10:41:00-10:47:50 Aviation Safety Program spokesman Michael Barr & Police officer Col. John Defavre ‡ & FBI Director of Boston Charles Prouty / 10:53:20-10:54:50 New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani / 10:58:50-11:03:40 FBI agent Wallace Miller ‡

Reporter(s):
Amanpour, Christiane;
Davis, Patty;
Ensor, David;
Franken, Bob;
Snow, Kate;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
01:00:00

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