Like a casual flick of a finger on a stack of dominoes, terrorist-pilots sent a Manhattan landmark tumbling into hell. On 8:45 a.m. on Sept. 11, American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767, with 65 passengers and 11 crewmembers onboard, crashed into the North Tower (No. 2) of the World Trade Center. Thousands of residents and workers in the area at first thought that one of the 5,000 aircraft occupying New York airspace had crashed into the famous city landmark. Then at 9:03 ...
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