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Rettungskräfte | Ingenieure | NYFD

Aussagen der Rettungskräfte

Rettungskräfte berichten von Explosionen

Im folgenden möchte ich einige Aussagen zitieren von beteiligten Feuerwehr- leuten und Sanitätern. Alle freigegebenen Abschriften können bei der New York Times gefunden werden.

we heard ... what sounded like a loud explosion and then ... tower two start coming down."
Battalion Chief John Sudnik

I heard three explosions, and then ... tower two started to come down."
Paramedic Kevin Darnovski

heard explosion coming from ... the south tower ... There were about ten explosions ... We then realized the building started to come down."
Firefighter Craig Carlsen

it almost sounded like bombs going off, like boom, boom, boom, like serven or eight."
Firefighter Thomas Turilli

it looked like the building was blowing out on all four sides. We actually heard the pops."
Firefighter Joseph Meola

It was a frigging noise. At first I thought it was---do you ever see professional demolition where they set the charges on certain floors, and then you hear 'Pop, pop, pop, pop, pop'? ... I thought it was that."
Paramedic Daniel Rivera

the building popped, lower than the fire. ... I was going oh, my god, there is a secondary device because the way the building popped. I thought it was an explosion."
Civilian Witness Timothy Burke

I actually gave at a lower floor, not the floor where the plane hit. ... We originally had thought there was like an internal detonation, explosives because it went in succession, boom, boom, boom, boom, and then the tower came donw."
Firefighter Edward Cachia

I thought ... before ... No. 2 came down, that I saw low-level flashes. ... I ... saw a flash flash ... [at] the lower lvel of the building. You know like when they demolish a building ?"
Assisant Commissioner Stephen Gregory

Somewhere around the middle ... there was this orange and red flash coming out. Initially it was just one flash. Then this flash just kept popping all the way around the building and that building had started to explode. ... With each popping sound it was initially an orange and the a red flash came out of the building and then it would just go all around the building on both sides as far as I could see. These popping sounds and the explosions were getting bigger, going both up and down and then all around the building."
Captain Karin Deshore

There was just an explosion. It semed like on television [when] they blow up these buildings. It seemed like it was going all the way around like a belt, all these explosions."
Firefighter Richard Banaciski

It looked like sparkling around one specific layer of the building .. My initial reaction was that this was exactly the way it looks when they show those implosions on TV."
Deputy Commissioner Thomas Fitzpatrick

There was what appeared to be ... an explosion. It appeared at the very top, simultaneously from all four sides, materials shot out horizontally. And then there seemd to be a momentary delay before you could see the begginning of the collapse."
Chief Frank Cruthers

I looked back and .. I heard like every floor went chu-chu-chu. I looked back and from the pressure everything was getting blown out of the floors before it actually collapsed."
Firefighter James Curran

the lowest floor of the fire in the south tower actually looked like someone had planted explosives around it because ... everything blew out on the one floor."
Battalion Chief Brian Dixon

.there was an explosion in the south tower. ... I kept watching. Floor after after floor floor. One floor unde another after another ... It looked like a synchronized deliberate kind of thing."
Firefighter Kenneth Rogers

there where definitely bombs in those buildings ... many other firemen know that there were bombs in the buildings, but they're afraid for their jobs to admit it because the 'higher-ups' forbid discussion of this fact."
Auxilary Lieutenant Fireman Paul Isaac
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