The link has the documentary film by the Naudet brothers. They were filming a documentary about firemen when the call came in for 9/11. A few time stamps are added for ease of viewing:
Swofford Never Forgets
25 minutes: The news comes in about the fire in on of the Twin Towers.
27:10 – “What do we do? What do we do for this?”
27:40 Screams of individuals on fire. Out of respect (and probably unable to comprehend) the individual chooses not to show the human torches.
28:50 Image of exterior of damaged building.
29:30 No usable elevators.
30 minutes: Firefighters with sixty pounds of gear = sixty seconds to climb one flight of stairs. Eighty stories, just to get there.
30:40 Additional footage of exterior of building.
33:54 Footage of exterior of building with dragon’s breath. Follows through with view from inside the tower with debris falling as individuals attempt to evacuate.
34:50 “Mayday! Mayday! There were two planes. They saw the second one hit!”
35:40 “When the second plane hit, then you could see fear.”
36:40 “What are all of those people going to do?”
37 minutes: “People were coming down burning.”
* Break in video for advertisement.
41:15 Piece of plane engine from Tower Two
43:25 Some of the men you see in these images gave their lives for our nation.
55:06 Inside the smoke-filled building, finding the deceased.
1:02:20 The body of a priest was laid on the altar of his church.
1:19:15 “We lost so much in a two hour period. Like we got the hell kicked out of us.”
Swofford Never Forgets.