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Glazer, who had rushed to the airport, put in a quick call to his wife to reassure her that he had got the flight. It had 65 people on board. Their plane took off at There were 45 people on board, including five crew and two pilots. On board were 64 passengers, including Barbara Olson, a lawyer, political commentator for CNN and wife of the US Solicitor General, and a group of three schoolchildren and three teachers en route to an expedition to Santa Cruz island. There were two pilots and four crew. On each of these four planes - carrying a total of people and thousands of tonnes of aviation fuel for their long transcontinental flights - was a team of hijackers. Takeover in the cabins and a monstrous plot revealed At 8.
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The plane had headed south-west across Connecticut and was over New Jersey when it made a sharp left turn. Hanson called his parents again and spoke to his father Lee. The plane was 'going down', he said, once more the line went dead. At the same time, an unnamed stewardess on board the plane called an emergency number from a phone at the back of the aircraft. She described how her colleagues had been stabbed. The hijackers hit a third plane, American Airlines Flight 77, which had taken off from Washington's Dulles airport heading for Los Angeles at 8. Few details have emerged, but the terrorists appear to have gained control of both aircraft without difficulty, quickly herding the passengers and crew to the rear.
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