NY Police at WTC : dozens reported explosions at WTC before collapse


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Floor level or Lower level Explosions reported by N.Y. Police

(pa-police-reports01.pdf pages 17, 24) Alan T. DeVona   Page 2,

 Chronological Report of the WTC Radio Transmissions on 9/11/01

“0853 4-1 radios WTC Police Desk reporting an explosion on the lower level.

(pa-police-reports02.pdf page 88)  Sergeant Michael McGarry                                

 Chronicle of Response and Rescue Efforts – September 11, 2001   Page 1

“Within a short period of time (approximately ¾ of an hour) one of the buildings to the World Trade Center collapsed. During this time period there were numerous explosions, causing us to leave and re-enter the incident area.”

Upper Level Explosions at WTC

(pa-police-reports01.pdf pages 17, 24) Alan T. DeVona   Page 2, Chronological Report of the WTC Radio Transmissions on 9/11/01

  0853 WTC Desk replies there was an explosion on the upper floors.”                

 Page 9, Chronological Report                                                                                                

“0933 PO Keane reporting from Stairway-C on the 66th floor, 1 WTC states that she heard another explosion

WTC2

(pa-police-reports04.pdf pages 4&5) P.O. Middleton #1207                Memorandum            Page 1

“I was approximately one block away from Tower One when Tower Two appeared to explode at the roof top and several floors below. Then fire balls and debris shot out of the windows and rocketed into the skies and fall below.”

 (pa-police-reports04.pdf page 6)      Det. Thomas M. Inman   

Memorandum  Page 1

“As a roll call was being taken of the responding Detectives, Tower #2 began to collapse. This occurred after a secondary explosion on the west side of the tower that appeared to take place in the high 60’s. The area above the secondary explosion actually leaned to the west and then the collapse took place.”

 

WTC1

(pa-police-reports04.pdf pages 4&5) P.O. Middleton #1207               Memorandum            Page 2

“As I continued to wave them back periodically you would hear a loud boom go off at the top of tower one. As the building continued to burn and emergency equipment kept on responding stirring up the dust and debris in the streets. After approximately 15 minutes suddenly there was another loud boom at the upper floors, then there was a series of smaller explosions which appeared to go completely around the building at the upper floors. And another loud earth- shattering blast with a large fire ball which blew out more debris and at that point everyone began to run north on West Broad Street.”

(pa-police-reports04.pdf page 88)           Detective Salvatore Piro 

Port Authority of NY & NJ Memorandum  Page 1

“At that point, I heard a low sounding boom and the smoke intensified. There was more debris falling and as I heard a big roar, I saw Tower One coming down.”

(pa-transcript044.pdf page 18)  WTC Ch 22 – SHO PD DESK – 2131     Page 18

MALE A: There’s been … been numerous explosions on the … like 89th, 92nd floor."

 

General Reports of WTC Explosions by NY Police, not specific as to level

(pa-police-reports01.pdf page 61)  P.O. Anthony C. Croce  Handwritten Memorandum page 3

“We kept hearing explosions that would shake the whole room. People were saying, ‘There’s another one and another one.’ I heard reports of secondary bomb explosions, missiles being shot at towers and others.”

(pa-police-reports02.pdf pages 58 & 59)  Detective Michael S Shuhala        

 The Port Authority of NY & NJ Memorandum Office of Inspector General  Page 2 

“Conditions were slow going on the stairwell due to the volume of people. You would move two or three steps at a time and stop. Every second or third floor would be filled with smoke that lasted one or two floors then the stairwell would become clear. It was most surprising that the fire alarms and strobe lights were not activated."

(pa-police-reports02.pdf page 88)  Sergeant Michael McGarry                               

 Chronicle of Response and Rescue Efforts – September 11, 2001   Page 1

“Within a short period of time (approximately ¾ of an hour) one of the buildings to the World Trade Center collapsed. During this time period there were numerous explosions, causing us to leave and re-enter the incident area.”

(pa-police-reports02.pdf pages 94 & 95)   P.O. Sue Keane #826 

Handwritten Memorandum Page 2

“At some point we could hear another plane then a hit. Then what sounded like explosions one after another or like a train coming fast. At this point the explosion was loud; the area went completely black.”

Page 3

“Massive amounts of debris, concrete dust and bodies or parts were more frequent at this point. Then there was an eerie silence and it was like you knew something was going to happen. There just seemed to be one explosion after another. I was separated from the guys from the bridge (GWB) by another explosion, massive again, sucking the air out of your lungs and then just a wind more intense this time with larger pieces of debris flying.”

(pa-police-reports03.pdf page 77)     Lieutenant Daniel A. Carbonaro                                  Port Authority of NY & NJ Memorandum  Page 2

“We continued our efforts until the combination of dust, smoke and secondary explosions along with reports of gas main leaks, bombs, small arms fire and buildings about to collapse forced us to again relocate further north on West Street.”

 

 

NY Port Authority 9/11 Transcripts

http://www.thememoryhole.org/911/pa-transcripts/

 

 

and there were some reports of missiles fired at WTC from Woolworth Building

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