History of the September 11 Attack
According to history and reports there are four series of terrorist attack on that day. Four passenger airplanes were hijack by a several suicide bombers of a terrorist group called “Al-Qaeda”.
Two of the hijack airplanes, American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were both use to crashed into the north towers and south towers of the World Trade Center’s Twin Tower respectively.
The Twin Towers eventually collapse after almost 2 hours of burning, it killed almost 3,000 people and 6,000 injury. It also resulted a significant damage to other surrounding building and structures.
While, American Airlines Flight 77, was the third hijack plane used by the suicide bombers to crash into the Pentagon that causes only a partial damage to the buildings.
And the fourth plane was United Airlines Flight 93, where the initial target was Washington DC, but suicide bombers failed to complete the mission after the hijack plane crash landed into a field in Stonycreek Township. Reports said that some passengers of that plane had overcome the hijackers.
The attack in World Trade Center claims thousands of lives, but it also recorded one of the deadliest incident for firefighters and law enforcement officers, 342 firemen were killed and 72 policemen died while doing their work.
The United States of America, quickly responded to the terrorist group Al-Qaeda. The US retaliates an all-out war against the terrorist group harboring in the country of Afghanistan.