the plane was 3.5 miles Southwest of the Pentagon, making a 330 degree right turn, just four miles from the Pentagon. There were two reported calls from Flight 77, one from flight attendant Renee May that was to her mother and a call from passenger Barbara Olsen to her husband, telling him how hijackers had used box cutters and knives to take over the plane. At 9:38 a.m. Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon, killing all 64 passengers that were on the plane and taking lives of others. For the third time that day, innocent lives were taken.
18 minutes later, the next plane, airline #175 hit the south tower. Now they are scorching into flames, and by 10:30 both towers had fallen straight down. It seems like the towers should have toppled over, but they did not, but It fell straight down. However, the planes hit so high up in the towers that the towers did not topple over, now if the planes hit lower they would have toppled over. The airplanes are already off to hit the Pentagon in Arlington, Washington, to destroy more of the United States.
Initally, al-Qaeda considered targeting nuclear power plants on 9/11, but decided to go against it because they feared it would get too out of control. Four passenger airlines, all of which departed from airports in the northeastern United States bound for California, were hijacked by 19 al-Qaeda members. One plane hit the Pentagon just outside of Washington D.C., the second plane crashed in a field in Pennslyvania, and the last two planes crashed into the Twin Towers. Within one hour and 42 minutes both 110 story towers were completely on the ground, with debris filling the air and fires starting to spread.
What Really Happened to Flight 800? When flying on a plane many might be scared for ones life when soaring through the sky at such altitude, but with the chance of losing your life being only at one in a 11 million it is unlikely anything would happen (curiosity.com). Tragically this one in a 11 million chance happened to everyone on TWA Flight 800, with the odds in their favor this became a national mystery for the cause of this intentional or unintentional mishap. The aircraft and the cause for the explosion was a question from the beginning and has stayed unsolved to this day.
Flight 786, Los Angeles to New York City. This Flight has always lost 20 passengers every time it flies, it only flies that specific route. CIA agent Samuel Thompson waits for the flight to be ready to board. He’s a tall 5’ 11”, weighs about 160 and has dirty blonde hair with a whitish tan. He waits for the everyone to board the killer plane.
Production of his business also completely fell through.. The result was the destruction of the use of the property as a commercial chicken farm. Respondents are frequently deprived of their sleep and the family has become nervous and frightened. Although there have been no airplane accidents on respondents' property, there have been several accidents near the airport and close to respondents' place.
The attacks killed 2,996 people and injured over 6,000 others. Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes. Two of the planes (American airline flight 11 and united airlines flight 175) Crashed into the north and south towers of world trade center in New York City. One hour and 42 minutes after the crash of the planes both 110 stories towers collapsed resulting fire and the collapsing and damage to the other towers. Including the seven world trade center tower which has 47 stories.
In Roger Rosenblatt’s “The Man In The Water” the author tells the readers about a plane crash that killed nearly 80 people with only six survivors left in the water. Then out of nowhere a mysterious man appeared to risk his life to save the other passengers. His actions left them thinking how could an ordinary man-they didn't know- to be brave-selfless, and a hero. Bravery means ready to face and endure danger or pain and showing courage. In this case the man in the water showed that he was brave, according to paragraph 4 lines 2-3 “He was seen clinging with five other survivors to the tail section of the airplane.
A small, portable radio was on in the adjoining room where we would count large deposits of money. I heard the announcer say that an airplane had flown into the World Trade Centre and I remember thinking, "is this the end of the World?" and that I wanted to go home to be with my wife. This was the only time in my life when I have seriously thought that it was the end of the World.
The Lindbergh Kidnapping case might be the most controversial case of the century. In this case,a 20 month old infant who was the son of famous pilot Charles Lindbergh, was kidnapped and murdered. This all took place in Flemington, New Jersey. Charles lindbergh at the time was considered an “American Hero”, he was the first pilot to “solo nonstop airplane ride across the Atlantic Ocean to Paris.” This crime was committed on March 1, 1932, just 14 years after World War I had ended.
First Responders James Cross Intro to Homeland Defense Professor Kirchgraber August 30, 2015 Abstract 9/11 is a day that many will never forget. Terrorist high jacked four planes and flew them into predetermined locations. 3000 people died in The World Trade Center alone. Several of these were first responders.
MECHANIC TWP. — Alcohol, speed and seat belt use, or lack thereof, all played a role in an early Friday crash that resulted in serious injury to two people. Robert Scott Huy, 29, Township Road 262, Millersburg, sustained massive head trauma and was transported from the crash scene to a helipad at the former Holmes County Fairgrounds. From there, he was taken by emergency helicopter to Akron General Medical Center, where he remained Friday afternoon.
As the helicopters descended onto the compound, one of the choppers crash landed in the compound, no one died or got injured though. During the assault, which lasted about 40 minutes, five people, including Bin Laden and one of his adult sons was killed, by the SEALs, no Americans were killed or injured. After the raid was over, Bin Laden 's body was flown to Afghanistan for final identification, then they flew Bin Laden 's body to the Arabian Sea to be dumped in an undisclosed area, according to Islamic practice. ("Osama Bin Laden Killed by U.S. Forces.")
As the two planes hit the north and south tower in NY, a plane attempted to hit the Pentagon in DC, the result of the terrorists actions that day were that many families lost loved ones (9/11 Facts). The terrorists piloted the first plane into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 A.M, the second plane struck the south South Tower 17 minutes later (9/11 facts). More than 400 police officers and
Disappearances of many air and sea travels over the Atlantic led many people to believe that there is a specific area of the ocean where an abundance of mysterious disappearances take place. However, some think there is a logical explanation to the madness. In February of 1954, a man named Vincent Gaddis came up with a conspiracy to explain the disappearances. Vincent Gaddis’ way of thinking is that, there had been an abundance of airline and sea travels,lost in the Bermuda Triangle.