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Wednesday
September 12, 2001

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AP PHOTO
Flames burst from the south tower of the World Trade Center after a hijacked United Airlines 767 passenger jet slammed into the 110-story building shortly after another plane crashed into the north tower yesterday.
Trade Center collapses after attack

Students were left stunned, saddened and frantic to reach
friends and family yesterday morning after a pair of
hijacked airliners slammed into and demolished both towers
of New York City's World Trade Center. The attack is the
worst terrorist episode ever carried out in the United States.
Television stations carried live footage of the buildings' collapse, including pictures
of a hijacked Boeing 757 slamming into the south tower. The attack began at about
8:45 a.m., and by 10:30 a.m. both buildings were absent from the city's skyline. In
Washington, about 100 people died when a plane crashed into the Pentagon.
"Our society changes as of today. This is a watershed event," said Law Prof. Robert
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President Bush vows Page 2
to avenge attacks
15,000 students mourn Page 3
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Passengers stranded after Page 5
all flights are grounded

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