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Flight crew: CeeCee Lyles
Sunday, October 28, 2001
Smart, strong and street-savvy, CeeCee Lyles had a golden future ahead of her as a cop.
United Airlines flight attendant. Former police officer, 33, Fort Myers, Fla. (Family photo)
Husband, Lorne; sons, Jerome Smith, 16, Jevon Castrillo, 6, Justin Lyles, 11, Jordan Lyles, 9.
She was working in the rear section of Flight 93
In six years with the Fort Pierce, Fla., Police Department, she'd worked her way from patrol officer to detective and was respected for her willingness to tackle fleeing criminals. Slated for promotion to sergeant, Lyles augmented her income by moonlighting at a hospital and power plant, providing a comfortable life for her sons, Jerome Smith and Jevon Castrillo.
After coaxing soft-spoken, handsome police dispatcher Lorne Lyles to join the force in 1997, she married him three years later and made his sons, Justin and Jordan, her own. But last fall, after Lorne spotted an ad for job openings on a United Airlines web site, CeeCee walked away from police work and, on Oct. 11, 2000, fulfilled a lifelong goal.
The Flight 93 Phone Calls-- Part VII, Cee Cee Lyles
CeeCee Lyles was a flight attendant on flight 93. She called her husband twice from the plane.
First she left a message saying three guys hijacked the plane. She says she heard from other passengers that planes hit the WTC.
Second time she talked to her husband directly. At 9:58am, she said "feels like the plane is going down". The husband heard people crying in the background.
Then, CeeCee says: "I think they're going to do it. They're forcing their way into the cockpit."
Husband "could hear screaming in the background. CeeCee screamed and the husband heard a whooshing sound, a sound like wind." "People were screaming and the call broke off."
Originally posted by Scott
reply to post by Wakingup
The 9/11 truth movement isnt about making family members feel bad; but about finally getting the truth out about this false-flag operation to all Americans. .
Originally posted by sheep10110
Is there any other website to hear these calls other than youtube? It is blocked from my work computer.
First off, the "you did great". What if she told a fellow flight ettendent or a passanger trying to comfort her that she wanted to call her husband? After she called, her comforter said you did great, whispering it into her ear.