CHILLING FOOTAGE: Never Seen-Before 9/11 Video Emerges [MAY BE GRAPHIC TO SOME]


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05:48 – Inside WTC 7 at the main lobby.

09:44 – View on the WTC-7 south face from west after WTC-2 (South Tower) collapsed, but before the collapse of WTC 1 (North Tower).

18:07 – WTC 1 collapses at 10:28am.

Videographer: Mark LaGanga/CBS News
View on WTC from: Northwest, West and Southwest
Camera Locations: West Street, Vesey Street, WTC-7 lobby


  1. As someone who was 2 blocks away when the buildings fell, I can’t bear to watch it. Just the memories of the darkness and the thick dust and ash in the air is horrific.

  2. Powerful. Alot of this footage WAS already aired. History Chanels “9/11: The 103 Minutes that Changed America” has most of this. Aired in 2008

  3. You need a stronger warning for this. The hardest part was seeing the firemen and police before the 2nd tower collapsed, and knowing that they may not have survived

  4. This was uploaded to youtube in 2015.
    I do not understand why the headline must be untrue.

    Moderators Note: This was uploaded to YouTube by the person who took the video himself on August 31 2018. Anything else you need clarified?

  5. This video reminds us,yet again, of the need to eradicate radical extremism from our universe.
    And on this national Labor Day holiday of how great this country is
    God bless America

  6. Search youtube for: rare raw footage 9/11/01 world trade center , uploaded by MoviesAndStuff on august 12 2015.
    For the last three years i have not been able to forget the haunting fire alarm of building 7, guarded by the smoke hooded secret service agent.
    Why dont you check into these things before concocting sensationalist headlines that are outright false?
    A little humility goes a long way going into the Yom haDin.

  7. If you’re already on you-tube can you find something else to post like a scenic relaxing waterfall or something of that sort? Why show destruction?

    maybe this
    Grand Canyon In Depth – 01 – More Than A View