17 years later, a new unique video of the first consequences of 9/11

On the eve of the 17th anniversary of the tragedy of September 11, operator mark Laganga, who was then working at CBS, released a 30-minute video about the work of rescuers and firefighters immediately after the collapse of the twin towers.

August 30 entry went through for about 1.8 million people. It shows how the people running from the towers, and staff of emergency Services are affected by the emergency vehicles and take out some trucks.

Further, Lavangi is the epicenter of the tragedy. As you approach the scene of the wreckage of buildings is becoming more and a cloud of dust is thicker. Finally, the operator enters the main lobby of the world trade center (WTC 7), which crashed one of the planes. There’s one of the agents of the United States says Laganga to the left — the building is collapsing.

On 18 minutes the record of the North tower starts to collapse — people rapidly flee from it, the camera is covered with a thick layer of dust…

Since then it has been almost 2 decades, but now there is new information about the September 11 tragedy. So, just in August of this year, the Bureau of forensic medical examination using advanced DNA tests established the identity 1 642 th victims of the attack. It was Scott Michael Johnson — financial analyst from Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, whose office was on the 89th floor of the South tower.