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Explosive Ejections of Dust and Pieces

  • Thick dust clouds spewed from towers in all directions, at around 50 feet/second.
  • Solid objects were thrown ahead of the dust -- a feature of explosive demolition.
  • The steel was thoroughly cleansed of its spray-on insulation.
  • Some pieces of the perimeter wall were thrown laterally 500 feet.
  • Energetic ejections of dust occurred below the rapidly descending demolition wave in each tower.
  • Squib velocities exceeded 200 feet/second.
  • Aluminum cladding was blown 500 feet in all directions.

Each tower exploded in a smooth wave -- not discrete explosions, but a continuous wave of explosive destruction that moved down the tower.


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