September 11: Unpublished images of chaos at the foot of the WTC towers

A terrible shock, and a black breath that swallowed everything. Thus, on September 11, 2001, in New York, the minutes that followed the impact of Al Qaeda abducted aircraft against the towers of the World Trade Center. These images can be viewed and experienced since August 31 on YouTube. An ex-cameraman working for CBS News, Mark LaGanga, captured him in the place. It never showed up, they were restored and published eight days ago. Since then, more than 7.4 million people watched this sequence of 29 minutes, without cutting or editing, beating. 5 & ​​# 39; 48, the reporter enters the north tower lobby, arrives first at 8:46 a.m. local time, for a plane with 101 people on board. The stupefaction is enormous, the remainder of the building is in flames and hundreds of employees are trapped in the offices. Alarms sound in vain in a cloud of dust. The floor is stained with ash-covered blown papers. Everyone seems to ignore the cause of the explosion, construction employees only try to get out of the prison. At the moment, Mark LaGanga tries to interrogate a man (about 18 years), his business is dragging ground, the first affected tower collapses. His camera got caught in the breath of dust. Around the journalist, people run, he does not move, cleaning his goal in a hurry. For a long time, the images are black, LaGanga barely breathes, coughs, spits, then retakes its walk. "It's chaos, the twin towers have fallen, it's crazy," witnessed without realizing a surprised hotel employee. The power of breathing after the collapse of the first round / screenshot Capture Capture YouTube / LaGanga LaGanga did not shoot the impact of the plane, unlike the Naudet brothers who, for their own sake, have recorded the impact of the second aircraft forever. The journalist is so close to the towers that, once, he does not know a testimony capable of talking about planes or evoking an attack. It only crosses the gross result of the amazing violence that has hit the towers, New York and America. The second impact, filmed by Naudet brothers

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