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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705867

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Anchors: 11:03 Leon Harris / 11:03 Daryn Kagan / 11:08 Paula Zahn / 11:50 Aaron Brown

Reporters: 11:03 Bob Franken / 11:10 Hillary Lane / 11:15 Rea Blakey / 11:19 Andrea Koppel / 11:24 Maria Hinojosa / 11:26 Mike Boettcher / 11:32 Kelly Wallace / 11:35 Bill Delaney / 11:38 Ed Lavandera / 11:39 Kathleen Koch / 11:47 Rose Arce / 11:54 Kate Snow

Interviews: 11:09 Dr. Anthony Gagliardi / 11:44 Former CIA Senior Analyst Stanley Bedlington

Family members of victims: none

Eyewitnesses: 11:24 & 11:47 unidentified eyewitnesses

Live video: smoke from collapsed WTC towers / pictures of debris / efforts of rescue workers / coverage of FBI agents at Boston hotel

Video Footage: Flight 93 crash site pictures / pictures of car seized at Florida's Daytona Airport

Public statements: 10:58:50-11:03:40 FBI agent Wallace Miller ‡ / 11:51:30-11:54:10 House Speaker Dennis Hastert & Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle

Reporter(s):
Arce, Rose;
Blakey, Rea;
Boettcher, Mike;
Delaney, Bill;
Franken, Bob;
Hinojosa, Maria;
Koch, Kathleen;
Koppel, Andrea;
Lane, Hillary;
Lavandera, Ed;
Snow, Kate;
Wallace, Kelly
Duration:
01:00:00

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