PBS NewsHour

Robert Hogue shares story of surviving 9/11 Pentagon attack

Clip: 09/09/2021 | 8m 42s | Video has closed captioning.

PBS NewsHour's broadcast studio is just a few miles from the Pentagon here in Washington. On 9/11, that iconic structure designed to project American military might was struck clear out of the blue, just like the twin towers. 184 people died both in the building and on American Flight 77, excluding the hijackers. But many more escaped. We hear from Robert Hogue, one of the people who made it out.

Aired: 09/09/21

Rating: NR

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