America Under Seige

In what may be a series of orchestrated terrorist attacks, New York and Washington are rocked by attacks. Two airplanes crashed into New York's World Trade Center and another plane has allegedly hit the Pentagon

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One of the towers of the World Trade Center collapses

Tuesday, Sep. 11, 2001

The World Trade Center lies in ruins New York City and Washington, D.C. were rocked Tuesday morning by a series of explosions, forcing building evacuations, effectively shutting down both cities and suspending domestic flights at all the nationís airports. Terrorism is considered a possible cause.

In a tragic and spectacular explosion that engulfed lower Manhattan in thick smoke and gray powder debris, two airplanes crashed the World Trade Center in New York City at around 9 a.m. EST. The planes were both American Airlines commercial jets bound for the West Coast, one coming out of Boston and one out of Washington, D.C. The planes were reportedly hijacked and flown off-course to New York. Television networks showed extraordinary images of smoke billowing from the twin towers as well as footage of a second plane flying directly into the center of one of the buildings. At 10 a.m. EST, the southern tower of the World Trade Center was enveloped in smoke after a second, gigantic explosion. Reports indicate a part of that tower collapsed and was destroyed. About twenty minutes later, the northern tower imploded.

(watch these EARLY news reports for accidental truth leaking through, before the coverups begin)

In Washington, a plane has apparently crashed into the Pentagon office building, which has been evacuated. Part of the building reportedly collapsed at 11 a.m. EST. A fire was also reported on the Mall; the White House, Capitol and other government buildings have also been evacuated. At 10:30 a.m. EST, the Associated Press reported a car bomb had exploded at the State Department.

Across the country, more evacuations were reported, including at Chicagoís Sears Tower. At approximately 10:00 a.m. EST, United flight 93, en route from Newark to San Francisco crashed near Pittsburgh. The airplane, a Boeing 757, may have been hijacked. At noon, United 175, another 757 en route from Boston to Los Angeles, also reportedly crashed in an undisclosed location.

According to wire services, the FBI is investigating reports of terrorist activities. Just last week, the State Department issued warnings to American citizens at home and abroad about potential terrorist attacks.

Before boarding Air Force One in Sarasota, Florida, President Bush said, "Today we had a national tragedy." Two airplanes, President Bush said, crashed into the World Trade Center "in an apparent terrorist attack on our country." Air Force One was initially reported to be en route to Washington, but at 12:30 p.m. EST, wire services indicated the President had landed at an airforce base in Louisiana. Secretary of State Colin Powell, in Peru on a state visit, cut his trip short, apparently to return to Washington.

Before departing Florida, President Bush authorized the full resources of the federal government to help New York and Washington to investigate those who may have perpetrated what may have been a series of terrorist acts. At noon, the federal government sealed the U.S.-Mexico border.

source:
Time.com


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