PENTAGON STILL BURNS AFTER DARK IN AFTERMATH OF AIRLINER CRASH
Original caption: Flames seen after dark from the Pentagon in Arlington hours after a highjacked airliner crashed into the building September 11, 2001. A hijacked passenger plane smashed into the Pentagon Tuesday, setting off a huge explosion and fire and causing untold casualties in a devastating blow to the headquarters of the U.S. military. The attack, coinciding with similar incidents at the World Trade Center in New York, set off an immediate security alert in the American capital, with all federal buildings evacuated and F-16 fighter jets scrambled overhead. REUTERS/Molly Riley
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