9/11 Fifteenth Anniversary
Access raw audio and video from the day of the attack or watch a timeline of NY1's coverage below.
9/11 Terror Attacks: Raw Audio and Video
The Darkest Day: 9/11 Video Timeline
Watch how NY1 News covered the events of September 11th.
At the NY1 anchor desk, morning anchor Pat Kiernan reports news of a fire at the World Trade Center.
By telephone, a person at the scene reports hearing an explosion much like a plane crash at 8:46 a.m.
An eyewitness reports by phone seeing a plane crash into the north tower at the time of the explosion.
NY1 has a camera trained on the south tower when the second plane approaches and strikes the building.
The Associated Press reports that the FBI is investigating the crashes as possible hijackings.
At the scene, NY1's John Schiumo reports on the condition of the towers as thousands flee.
Reports out of Washington D.C. say there is a fire at the Pentagon, possibly related to the Trade Center crashes.
NY1's Kristen Shaugnessy is live on the air when Two World Trade Center collapses, and she flees.
Kristen is located several blocks away after being forced to flee the area during the collapse.
NY1 has a camera trained on One World Trade Center when the tower collapses in a plume of dust and debris.
NY1's John Schiumo reports by phone from a TV truck where he is trapped by the choking dust.
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani addresses city residents live on NY1 to call for calm in the face of the attacks.
The United Nations building on Manhattan's East Side is evacuated as a precautionary measure.
On the NY1 news set, a professional photographer describes being trapped in the collapse.
President Bush addresses the nation, saying, "We will do whatever it takes to secure America and Americans."
A spokesman for the Taliban denies that the attacks were organized by accused terrorist Osama bin Laden.
NY1 staffer Yogi Colon describes his footage taken at the devastated World Trade Center site.
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, addressing the city, offers assurance in the aftermath of the attacks.
Fires rage from beneath the rubble of the Twin Towers as surrounding buildings start to crumble.
The northward evacuation of Lower Manhattan continues as people search for their loved ones.
NY1's Greg Kelly reports on the impending collapse of the 5 and 7 World Trade Center buildings.
Seven World Trade Center collapses on the air, becoming the third building to be destroyed.
President Bush addresses the nation from the Oval Office, calling for strength in the face of terrorism.