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His office is on the D ring, near the eighth corridor, he Cq researcher newspaper. There was a huge blast. I could feel the air shock wave of it," Abshire said.
It was more of a direct smack. I said, 'This isn't right. People were yelling 'Evacuate!
It was very much a surrealistic sort of experience. It's just definitely not right to see smoke coming out of the Pentagon.
It was a very strange sight to see. Shortly after watching the second tragedy, I heard jet engines pass our building, which, being so close to the airport is very common.
But I thought the airport was closed. I figured it was a plane coming in for landing. A few moments later, as I was looking down at my desk, the plane caught my eye. It didn't register at first.
I thought to myself that I couldn't believe the pilot was flying so low. Then it dawned on me what was about to happen. I watched in horror as the plane flew at treetop level, banked slightly to the left, drug it's wing along the ground and slammed into the west wall of the Pentagon exploding into a giant orange fireball.
One of the Pentagon's two fire trucks was parked only 50 feet from the crash site, and it was "totally engulfed in flames," Anderson says. Nearby, tanks full of propane and aviation fuel had begun igniting, and they soon began exploding, one by one. Back in the building again, Anderson said he began "screaming and hollering for people as secondary and third-order explosions started going off.
One of them was a fire department car exploding-I think my right eardrum exploded at the same time, and it unequivocally scared the heck out of me. Suddenly I saw this plane right outside my window. You felt like you could touch it; it was that close. It was just incredible.
It was just this huge fireball that crashed into the wall of the Pentagon. When it hit, the whole hotel shook. Jeff didn't feel the impact of the plane crash as directly as his wife.
He was attending an environmental meeting on the second floor of the hotel when the plane struck the Pentagon. About five seconds before the crash, Jeff said he heard the sound of "tin being dropped," likely as construction workers building an addition to the hotel saw the plane and dropped their building materials.
We said 'Oh, my gosh, what's going on? I had just passed the closest place the Pentagon is to the exit on I looked at the woman sitting in the car next to me. She had this startled look on her face.
We were all thinking the same thing. We looked out the front of our windows to try to see the plane, and it wasn't until a few seconds later that we realized the jet was coming up behind us on that major highway. And it veered to the right into the Pentagon.
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