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PostSubject: up and the doors    up and the doors  Icon_minitimeMon Jul 18, 2011 10:52 am

At 08:46:40, Mohamed Atta deliberately crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the northern facade of the North Tower (Tower 1) of the World Trade Center.[18] The aircraft, traveling at about 404 knots (about 466 miles per hour (750 km/h)) and carrying about 10,000 U.S. gallons (38,000 L) of jet fuel, hit between the 93rd and 99th floors of the North Tower.[32]

Witnesses saw the plane flying at low altitude over Manhattan and thought the aircraft was in distress. Port Authority police officer William Ross stated, "I was trying to observe the plane, as closely as I could, for smoke, fire or any type of vapor trail. There was none. The landing gear was up and the doors that house the gear were closed. The plane was, as I stated, traveling south and moving at a high rate of speed. It was flying level and straight. The pilot did not appear to be fighting to maintain control of the aircraft"[citation needed]. Lieutenant William Walsh of the FDNY (who appears in the documentary film 9/11) also witnessed the aircraft: "We were under the impression – he looked like he was going down, but we didn't hear any mechanical difficulty. We couldn't figure out why an American Airlines plane would be so low in downtown Manhattan. We sort of expected him to veer off and go into the Hudson. But he just rose a little bit, his altitude, leveled off, and he was headed straight for the Trade Center. So just before he got to the Trade Center it seemed as though he gained power. We were just watching this airplane on target for the World Trade Center. All of a sudden, boom! He disappears into the Trade Center."[33]

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