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Scores of first-hand reports by pedestrians, reporters, firemen and police - most of which were televised the day of September 11th and never aired again - confirm the presence of explosive devices that were planted around the interior of each of the Towers. Reports of the lobbies being blown out from blasts occurring in the sublevels of each of the towers were common among FDNY's first responders.

Phillip Morelli, 37, is a construction worker at the WTC who lived through several blasts that occurred in the sublevels of both buildings, which knocked out entire walls in the basement -kiliing, maiming, and injuring dozens of people. Morelli was on level B4 -- 4 floors below ground -- when he experienced several explosions, both during and after the impacts of the planes.
According to 9/11 hero, William Rodriguez, the last person to leave the North Tower alive, who himself rescued 14 people that day, he was in sublevel one and there was an explosion which shook the building and cracked the walls. Seconds later, his co-worker came running in -- on fire with skin peeling off his arms - yelling "Explosion! Explosion!", and then right as Rodriguez had time to process what was going on, a second explosion rocked the building: The alleged impact of American Airlines Flight 11.
On 9/12/01, Fireman Louie Cacchioli told People Magazine: "I was taking firefighters up in the elevator to the 24th floor to get in position to evacuate workers. On the last trip up a bomb went off. We think there was bombs set in the building."