1. Pull back from smoke coming from Pentagon to wide shot of building
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Eyewitness "Well I was coming, I was going to work and when I heard this huge noise, it was just, get right away, get out of the car. Then we saw the plane was coming down and around this area, the wing was going up and down this way, then it was just seconds, it crashed straight away."
3. Wide shot street with emergency vehicles
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Eyewitness "First when it hit, it did create a huge smoke, not a fire, and through the smoke you saw a lot of fire came in later. So when it hit first, you couldn't even see the building."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Pentagon worker/eyewitness "We were evacuated, and I was standing out there for about ten minutes and they asked if anybody would volunteer to go back in to gather all the fire extinguishers and get them back up to the affected area. So I volunteered and took it (truck) up there, and took about 30 of them, took them in the way where the plane entered. I came in from center court which is A-ring and drove my truck in there and unloaded the fire extinguishers where they wanted them and walked back by B-ring and from B-ring back you couldn't see anything, it was pretty bad."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Pentagon worker/eyewitness "(Question: Did you see the plane come in sir?) No, I didn't see no plane, I didn't hear no plane. You know, like I said, all I heard was the impact and then the flame. This huge ball of fire came up over the building."
Eyewitnesses to Tuesday's terrorist attack on the Pentagon in Washington have been describing the moment a hijacked airliner crashed into the building.
One Pentagon worker described how he helped move fire extinguishers in the immediate aftermath of the attack.
Terrorists attacked New York and Washington D-C on an unprecedented widespread scale on Tuesday, destroying the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York and part of the Pentagon in Washington using hijacked planes.
The Pentagon took a direct, devastating hit from one of the four hijacked aircraft.