Ejection from 75th fl, E side during AA 11 impact
As the first airplane (AA 11) hit WTC 1, an ejection on the center of the east face was photographed here:
The photo comes from Wolfgang Staehle from this series of photographs:
but it's missing 2 of the 3 important shots... so the images from David Friend's book "Watching the World Change," (page #) was scanned and posted here:
Here's floor 108:
And here's what happened there:
"Setbacks" were used for ventilation on the MER floors as shown below, but there were no windows(?)
The 75th fl MER serves only up to fl 91
The over-pressure ejection from the middle of the east face of fl 75 cannot be explained by air movement through ducts in the HVAC system at all because the 75th fl MER serves only up to fl 91.
It may be plausible to see over-pressure from the sky lobby and any floor above. It may be plausible to see some delayed dust ejected due to falling debris in the shafts, but the 75th fl MER serves only up to fl 91. Besides elevators and a riser for electrical and plumbing, There seems no reason why shafts or ducts would penetrate the 92nd fl slab at all.
This information is from a discussion thread here:
Created on 10/22/2010 01:57 PM by admin
Updated on 03/24/2011 11:22 AM by admin