On Wednesday, February 10, 2010, the US television channel ABC unveiled a previously unknown photos Sept. 11 2001 - the tragedy was a turning point of history and forever divided the lives of thousands of people around the world in the "before" and "after." First unpublished photographs of New York City with the burning World Trade Center towers in which terrorists have directed planes were made employee aviation unit NYPD detective Greg Semendingerom from a helicopter during the first hours after the attack. These are the first pictures from this angle: the fact that the flights on the day of the tragedy of New York have been banned, and all previously released photos were taken either from the ground or from the roofs of the skyscrapers of Manhattan. The air was allowed to rise only a few police helicopters and military aircraft. ABC's transfer achieved photos taken almost nine years ago, on the basis of the Freedom of Information Act. Unique pictures from the archives of the New York police.
AP Photo via New York City Police Department Det. Greg Semendinger via ABC News, of Korrespondent.net