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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #730386

CNN Special for Friday, Sep 14, 2001

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Anchors: 5:00 Joie Chen / 5:36 Wolf Blitzer

Reporters: 5:00 Christiane Amanpour / 5:04 Lou Dobbs / 5:06 Martin Savidge / 5:09 Greg Clarkin / 5:12 Christine Romans / 5:20 Lisa Leiter / 5:21 Kathleen Hayes / 5:26 Peter Viles / 5:29 Kitty Pilgrim / 5:38 Maria Hinojosa / 5:40 Patty Davis / 5:45 Richard Roth

Interviews: 5:16:00 Wharton Business School spokesman Jeremy Siegel / 5:31:40 UPS CEO Jim Kelly / 5:33:50 Former Defense Secretary William Cohen / 5:52:10 As-Safir spokesman Hisham Melhem

Family members of victims: none

Eyewitnesses: 5:23 Bank One Chief Economist Diane Swonk / 5:44 unidentified survivor

Live video: 5:12:50 fears arise over possible fall out in stock market / smoke from collapsed WTC towers

Video footage: 5:09:50 Greg Clarken's segment on challenges of reopening the NYSE / 5:26:40 Peter Viles segment on attempt to find new office spaces / 5:57:00 coverage of various memorial services around the country

Public statements: none

Reporter(s):
Amanpour, Christiane;
Dobbs, Lou;
Savidge, Martin;
Clarkin, Greg;
Romans, Christine;
Leiter, Lisa;
Hayes, Kathleen;
Viles, Peter;
Pilgrim, Kitty;
Hinojosa, Maria;
Davis, Patty;
Roth, Richard
Duration:
01:00:00

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