Newly Discovered 9/11 Video Shows Clear Shot of Second Plane Hitting South Tower

A bone-chilling video of 9/11 has recently been discovered that shows a clear shot of the second plane hitting the South Tower of the World Trade Center from a previously unseen angle.

On September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked four American commercial airplanes and launched a direct attack against the American people and the Western world as a whole.

According to the official report from the Department of Defense, two planes were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and another into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.

The last plane, United Airlines Flight 93, was headed for Washington, D.C. but never made it.

Courageous passengers, pilots, and crew realized their fate when the hijackers tried to take over their flight so they took action and thwarted their plans.

The plane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania and never reached its intended target.

While everyone on board the plane was killed, countless lives were spared when the terror attack was stopped.

In the days long before smartphones, clear video of the attacks is limited.

However, in a startling development, a previously unseen video of the September 11 attacks has surfaced on YouTube.

The footage



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