Firefighters Spray Water on the Pentagon Building After Terror Attacks
Firefighters spray water on the fires at the Pentagon on September 11th, 2001 in Washington, DC, after a terrorist hijacked commercial airliner slammed into the building near the helipad. The twin towers of the World trade Center in New York City were also destroyed in the same type of terrorist attack. | Location: Washington, United States.
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