CNN.COM AMERICA AT HOME FRONT LINES BIN LADEN AFGHANISTAN ANTHRAX VICTIMS SEPTEMBER 11
• Chronology of Terror

• Gallery: The White House reacts

• Gallery: World Trade Center destruction

• Gallery: Pentagon crash site

• TIME: Shattered

• Interactive attacks explainer (Flash)

• Time-lapse photos of Trade Center

• Witnesses to the moment

• Survivors describe 'holy hell'

• Accounts of terror, tragedy and survival

• 3-D animation of attacks

• VIDEO/AUDIO

• ARCHIVE



The planes that crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11 caused a huge explosion, filling the Manhattan skyline with billowing clouds of black smoke. New Yorker Eric Cheong heard the blast and got a call telling him of the attack on the twin towers. He immediately climbed to the top of his five-story building on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and photographed the event until the buildings collapsed. Click on the small pictures to view large images of these time-lapse photos of the attacks.

 
 
 
 


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