This image shows the street and buildings to the south of WTC2.
Cropped version of the image covering the whole street to the south of WTC 2:
If you look carefully you can see the sheet stretched across the ground just behind the lamp post. The MER panels are stretched across the far buildings. The large sheet lies along the edge of the nearest building.
The next two images are magnified views of the regions in fromt of the buildings to the south of the street.
The one on the right:
and the buildings on the left:
80 floors of perimeter wall of a skyskraper fell in this street and only a few perimeter panels hit the sides of the buildings just across the street. The rest fell on the street as seen.
This is the second time a large sheet was spotted laying at a strange angle. It think this is possible to do by using the uneven ROOSD progression happening behind different sides of the same sheet.
The ROOSD destruction happened down the east side of the sheet before the west side of the sheet. This forces the large piece to twist westward in mid air, landing at the angle shown.
South wall model
The wall failed just above the 74-78 fl stiff perimeter belt.
The wall was subject to uneven stripping. The right side was stripped from the building earlier than the left side. This can create a twisting of the detaching pieces. The twist would happen towards the left, or west.
The large sheet shown in the first image is probably from the yellow area.
Extra-wide spandrels are marked on a row of MER panels seen below. They are from the area marked "A" or "B" in the model.
Same panels marked in purple below.
The layout of debris from the lsouth face can be compared with that of the west face (in blue) below:
It is known that the blue layout is about 40 floors long. The east face dropped as 3 large sheets, the base sheet being up to the upper edge of the 41-43 MER stiff belt. This base sheet is laid out from the footprint of the east face out to the street.
In contrast, one of the tallest skyskrapers in the world dropped at least 2/3rd of the south face in a small space of about 20 stories. Perimeter sheets were laid out to the base of the buildings across the street but no further.
Same MER spandrels, this time marked in green, at the base of the building:
South perimeter of WTC2
There wasn't much space to the south of WTC2 but the whole perimeter managed to fold up into at least 2 sheets and land spread out to the base of the Bankers Trust building.
MER wide spandrels marked in blue. This is probably the 41-43 MER level since the same pattern was discovered to the east and west of the building. The 75-77 level is probably buried under the top layer.
A view of the space between WTC2 and the buildings across the street:
Watch how the trucks line up and pick up the next aligned piece. Once again, it is impossible these workers did not notice the obvious pattern of how the perimeter fell outward in layered sheets.
It remains a mystery to the experts, but the workers couldn't miss the clear pattern.
Pieces from the Failure Zone
The airplane hole in the video can be compared with the graphic below to see that the southwest corner failed just above the MER belt. The airplane hole is just above the top of the MER stiffening belt as shown:
This large falling perimeter section must be from just above the MER belt on the west side of the building. It is marked in light blue in the model:
Piece falling to the left:
Close up. A MER set of panels. fls 74-78 west side barked in dark blue in the model: