VIDEO: Rare Footage – Flight 93 crashes in Pennsylvania – September 11 2001


Rare Footage – Flight 93 – September 11 2001

“Ultra-rare news footage from the crash site of United Flight 93 which has never been seen again since 9/11”

Do you see any airplane?


 “The debris is spread over a 3 or 4 mile area, 

“Pictures tell the story, pictures really tell the story, the most horrifying aspect of this crash is how little debris is visible…” 

“There is a large crater in the ground and tiny tiny bits of debris, the investigators have found nothing larger than a phone book.”

“There seems there is nothing there except a hole in the ground”

“Any large pieces of debris?  No. There was nothing , nothing that you could have distinguished that a plane had crashed there. You could not see anything. No smoke, no fire…. You could see dirt ash and people walking around.”

Footage from NBC and Fox News. Source of video: Youtube

Articles by: Global Research

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