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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #730377

CNN Special for Friday, Sep 14, 2001

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Anchors: 8:00 Paula Zahn / 8:00 Miles O'Brien

Reporters: 8:04 Martin Savidge / 8:20 Jeanne Meserve / 8:26 Hillary Lane / 8:32 Christine Romans / 8:43 Major Garrett

Interviews: 8:07:00 firefighter Amy Steelman / 8:07:20 firefighter Lou Angeli / 8:35:40 Bishop T.D. Jakes

Family members of victims: 8:27:40 Renauldo Gargano‡ uncle of Rocco Gargano / 8:48:20 Noemi Morales‡ and Richard Gonzales‡ sister and brother of WTC worker Carlos Morales

Eyewitnesses: none

Live video: bad weather hinders rescue efforts / 8:32:20 status of world markets

Video footage: 8:07:20 amateur video of rescue workers at ground zero

Public statements: 8:57:50 beginning of news conference with NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani & New York Governor George Pataki & New York FBI Assistant Director Berry Mornam‡

Savidge, Martin;
Meserve, Jeanne;
Lane, Hillary;
Romans, Christine;
Garrett, Major

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