Do You Remember this Horrible Day?
New York City Releases
Sept. 11 2001 Calls
A 911 operator, speaking to a woman trapped on the 83rd floor of the World Trade Center:
Operator: "Listen to me, ma'am, you're not dying. You're in a bad situation, ma'am."
M**** was on the 83rd floor of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001.
Operator: "... try to calm down and give me the information ... the address please ... the World Trade Center but which building ... we have two big fires ... no need to apologize ..." "You're on the 104?"
Chief Devlin: "Listen I need you to do me something cause we have no cellphone service anywhere because of the disaster."
If you ever have doubts as to the kind of evil we fight... or, if we should even be fighting... come back here for a refresher course!
We listened to only a portion of one of these recordings -- and one was enough! So please: Be advised! Some portions of these recordings are very difficult to listen to. If you are a family member or friend who lost someone on September 11, please do not listen to these tapes. These recordings are here to preserve history and to "help" those who don't understand what really took place that day understand the results that years of inaction and disregard had wrought upon our country. Innocent people died because of cowardice on the behalf of our past governments. President George W. Bush is the only one who turned his back on polls and self-grandizement. May God continue to bless his efforts, even when he's out of office, to keep our country free!
List Includes 10 Unreleased 911 Messages From The World Trade Center
NEW YORK (WCBS) — The following are Recordings of 911 Emergency Calls, released on Wednesday, August 16, 2006. You can download all of them thanks to WCBS-TV (http://wcbstv.com/).
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