Could Helicopters Have Saved People From the Top of the Trade Center?

Could Helicopters Have Saved People From the Top of the Trade Center?
By Scot J. Paltrow and Queena Sook Kim
Staff Reporters of The Wall Street Journal October 23, 2001
New York City's fire code requires roof doors to be unlocked or to have devices that allow someone to open a locked door from the inside. Officials at several companies that manage large numbers of tall buildings in Manhattan say their buildings provide roof access in an emergency.
But the Port Authority's Twin Towers had the status of state government property and therefore were legally exempt from the fire code, according to both the Port Authority and the city's building department, which oversees enforcement of the fire code.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA