posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 07:56 PM
reply to post by GoodOlDave
Dave, I think people should give this guy a break because he was in a towering inferno that was just hit by a plane. Sometimes when people go through
times of emotional crisis, they have trouble remembering every little detail of the incident. He might say he remembers one thing and then later
remembers something else, that even happens to people who have car wrecks.
If he were inside the lower floors when the planes hit, he would not have seen the planes. Then he would naturally have to assume something else
happened. Even the firemen who went on the call to the WTC at the first hit. They were in the firehouses and were called after the plane hit. Those
firemen inside the WTC would not have seen the second one hit because they were inside trying to rescue people. It was around 17 minutes between hits
and firemen responding to the first plane hit that were still on the street saw the second plane.
The amount of time actually overlapped, which means that plane 1 hit at 8:46 am, then at 9:03 am plane 2 hit, so the first building was burning 17
minutes. So firemen had to go into both buildings at the same time and had a little more than an hour to help people. They did their best in the
amount of time they had to do this.
When firemen said they heard what sounded like explosions, that is what it sounded like as various parts of the buildings were on fire and exploding.
If they had not seen the planes then they would have to assume. We have to remember what their locations were on that day. There were firemen who did
see the second plane hit because they were there at the time. We really can't think bad about them if they did not see the planes, they were
obviously in the buildings, on their way to the buildings or coming from the firehouses.