12. Eyewitness Reports of FBI Seizure of Photos and EvidenceWashington Post
By afternoon, the investigation was underway. At one point, a column of 50 FBI officers walked shoulder-to-shoulder across the south grounds of the Pentagon, picking up debris and stuffing it into brown bags. The lawn was scattered with chunks of the airplane, some up to four feet across.
"Loud Boom, Then Flames In Hallways - Pentagon Employees Flee Fire, Help Rescue Injured Co-Workers," by Mary Beth Sheridan, Washington Post, 9/12/01
"It was like an earthquake . . . By the time I got outside all I could see was a giant cloud of smoke, first white then black, coming from the Pentagon," he said. . . . Velasquez says the gas station's security cameras are close enough to the Pentagon to have recorded the moment of impact. "I've never seen what the pictures looked like," he said. "The FBI was here within minutes and took the film."
"Three Months On, Tension Lingers Near the Pentagon," by Bill McKelway, Richmond Times-Dispatch / nationalgeographic.com, 12/11/01
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