World Trade Center Footage - Plane Hitting The World Trade Center
A video taken in New York on 9/11 is doing the rounds again, 15 years after the terrorist massacre.
It reminds us of the sheer scale of the attacks, which left 2,977 people dead.
World Trade Center Footage was captured by New York University student Caroline Dries from inside her room.
Caroline and roommate Megan had been woken up by the blast of the first plane collision and, like a lot of New Yorker inhabitants that morning, decided to film the World Trade Center Footage with the incident ongoing - which at that point was simply the worst aviation disaster in history - on camera.
Caroline and Megan can be heard screaming in horror as the second plane hits off camera.
Terrified, the pair then quickly leave their 32nd floor dorm room at 200 Water Street.
The World Trade Center Footage was used in the documentary 102 Minutes That Changed America.