A week before the towers collapsed, construction workers were working on an Empire State building that had fallen onto its side in the 9/11 attacks.
But, according to a video posted by a Woolworth building worker, a couple of days before the collapses, they were just trying to keep it upright.
“We had to move it because we thought it was going to fall down,” said the video’s narrator, who works for the Empire state building’s construction crew.
The workers were trying to lift the Empire Building’s concrete column, which was on its side.
The workers were able to pull it up to its feet.
But shortly after that, the crane’s control rod snapped.
The video ends there, as it was a few minutes later when the crane was finally lowered.
The collapse was so rapid that workers could not even get the Empire building up and running.
When the video was taken, the collapse was already underway.
There was no time for workers to get ready for the collapse to begin.
The Empire State was also under construction, and it had been scheduled to be completed in just over two weeks.
In fact, the building was scheduled to go up in just a few weeks.
As a result, the World trade Center building collapsed before the Empire was even finished.
The building had been constructed to withstand some sort of catastrophic event.
The building was constructed with a total of 5,500 tons of steel and concrete, which weighed nearly three times as much as the Empire.
The Empire was expected to have been about 5,000 tons.
In the weeks before the attacks, the steel beams in the Empire were used to build the columns on the World building, which would later be used to create the World’s tallest building.
The beams had a maximum height of 1,400 feet, and a span of just over 1,000 feet.
In this Sept. 9, 2001, file photo, the Union Pacific train that crashed into the World Financial Center in New York is seen in downtown Brooklyn, N.Y. The two towers were the first buildings to collapse during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
In 2001, when the Empire collapsed, it took down nearly five million square feet of concrete.
A total of 1.1 million cubic yards of concrete was added to the building.
In addition to the collapse, the City of New York also ordered demolition of buildings around the World, which were constructed with concrete and steel.
In total, the buildings destroyed in the attacks destroyed about 2.6 million square yards of the Empire, which is a number that dwarfs any other building in history.
The World Trade Towers were completed in 1993.
The collapse of the World financial center also took down a number of other buildings around New York City.
The World Trade Centers in lower Manhattan and Lower Manhattan were destroyed.
The Trade Center in Lower Manhattan was demolished.
The Financial Center of New Jersey was also destroyed.