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Building 7's Fires

Photo Showing Building 7's Southern Walls

This photograph was taken sometime on September 11 after both of the Twin Towers were destroyed but before Building 7 had collapsed. Building 7 is the skyscraper in the upper right of the photograph. The partially crushed and burned-out remains of Building 4 are in the middle of the photograph and Building 5 is the dark object to the right. The shadows in this photograph, which was taken from a vantage point looking toward the north, suggest a time in the morning.

The southwest facade and southeast-facing wall of Building 7 are visible but there are no signs of fire or severe damage to the facade.



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