9/11 Video Of Planes Crashing Students Twin Towers goes viral on anniversary

The Twin Towers 9/11 video remained private for more than 20 years until Kevin Westley shared it on social media. The recently shared astonishing video of the 9/11 attack shows the never-seen-before scenes of the Twin Towers 9/11 attack incident. After hearing about the World Trade Center tragedy people were left shocked and stunned but in the video shared by Kevin Westley, the tragedy can be witnessed with eyes as well. Since this video surfaced on the internet, it has been causing a stir and sparking numerous questions over the video showing the Twin Towers 9/11 attack that happened on September 11, 2001. To know more details of this astonishing video, go through this column till the end.

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Planes Crashing Students Twin Tower 9/11 Video Explained

The astonishingly clear clip is said to be 9 minutes long and it was shared by Kevin Westley after the authorities kept it secret for more than 20 years. The viral clip showing the angles of a plane crashing in the World Trade Center, which was never seen before. Talking about the 9/11 attack incident, it was September 11, 2001, when four commercial flights were hijacked by al-Qaeda terrorists. The terrorists crashed two of the four hijacked planes on the upper floors of the Twin Towers while the other plane was driven into the Pentagon located in Arlington, Virginia. In this attack, a total of 2996 people were killed.

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Kevin Westley is an army veteran. He was on a boat at the time of the accident. Hence, he was able to capture the incident. The video shows Kevin focusing on the north tower where the fire broke out after a plane crash when suddenly a second plane headed straight into the south tower. Kevin wrote while sharing the video, “I posted this video in the 2000s but accidentally left it private until now. I noticed the video was private and made it public.”

Where to watch the Twin Towers 9/11 video?

As mentioned, army veteran Kevin Westley shared it on the internet. He uploaded the video on YouTube. The imagery of the clip preserves the horrors of the September 11, 2001, incident when around 3,000 people were killed. The world became habituated to a seemingly exhaustive list of photographs and footage from the day for 20 years. But Westley’s video shared on YouTube depicts the unseen angle of the crash. It was shot from a boat when a second plane hit the South Tower of the World Trade Center. In the clip, the sound of screams of horror can also be heard.