National Day of Service and Remembrance with Air Traffic Audio Clips
Posted on Sep 11, 2011 in Personal Injury
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In 2001 on September 11th, Terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners to strike targets in the United States. Nearly 3,000 people died from the attacks.
Remembering the victims of Flight 93, honoring victims, and service groups of an estimated 33 million Americans will volunteer in many thoughtful ways on this National Day of Service and Remembrance. Take time to remember the everyday heroes, the fire and police that served on 9/11. Life changed but we pulled together.
Listen at your own discretion. There is no foul language, but the intense situation and reliving of these moments can be powerful and disturbing.
1.Flight attendant Betty Ong is on-board Flight 11. She calls AA reservations from a seatback phone on the plane.
2.Controllers hear one of the hijackers aboard AA flight 11.
3.Controllers realize they have lost AA flight 11.
4.Air controllers are watching the second plane, United 175, hit the tower.
5.Controllers are talking when there is a commotion in the cockpit.
6. Officials now realize United 93 has crashed.
7. Permission is given to shoot down commercial aircraft if needed.
8.P. Zalewski, a Boston controller can’t reach American Airlines flight 11