21 years after 1,400 fire trucks, police cars, ambulances, and other vehicles were destroyed within an hour of 9/11.

Today marks 21 years since the terrorist attacks by the terrorist group al-Qaeda against the U.S.

NYFD lost 54 firefighting trucks and 57 other vehicles, while New York Police lost upwards of 200 vehicles.

Motorists in traffic were also bombarded with broken glass, airplane parts, office debris, and flaming jet fuel.

3,000 people died during the planned attack, including more than 2,600 at WTC, 125 at the Pentagon, and 265 on the four planes.

Today marks 21 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the 19 militant Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States of America on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

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During the attack, two hijacked planes intentionally crashed into the World Trade Center twin towers in New York. Another one crashed into the Pentagon, while the fourth crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Nearly 3,000 people died during the planned attack, including more than 2,600 at the World Trade Center, 125 at the Pentagon, and 265 on the four planes.

415 were first responders including 343 firefighters, 60 police officers, and 8 paramedics. Another 25,000 more people were injured.

Approximately 1,400 trucks, police cars, ambulances, and other vehicles were lost within an hour of 9/11 from flaming debris falling from the plane impacts and from the collapse of the two towers.

According to reports, NYFD lost 54 firefighting trucks and 57 other vehicles, while the New York Police Department likewise lost upwards of 200 vehicles in the same three incidents.

Motorists in traffic were also bombarded with broken glass, airplane parts, office debris, and flaming jet fuel which in a flash set their vehicles on fire, according to P. J. Crowley, vice president of the Insurance Information Institute.

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