Two More WTC Workers Claim Massive Explosion Took Place in North Tower on 9/11

Two More WTC Workers Come Forward, One Seriously Burned And The Other Hurt While Trapped In Basement Elevator, Both Claiming Massive Explosion Took Place In Lower Levels Of North Tower On 9/11

The two men's eye-witness testimony, never before released in America, aired as part of a Spanish 2002 television 9/11 documentary in Colombia; Total of four eye-witnesses have now surfaced, all claiming a bomb exploded in the basement of the north tower just prior to airplane strike 90 floors above. Although testimony is in the public eye, it has been completely ignored by 9/11 Commission and mainstream what looks like a government cover-up aided by a media blackout.
After Rodriguez brought him to safety, Giambanco remembers being taken to an ambulance and rushed to a hospital where in his hospital room, he received news reports that both towers collapsed.

“I threw myself on the hospital floor in tears and I finally had to get an injection to calm me down,” said Giambanco. “For a long time after, every time I would try to go to sleep I would get nightmares about being trapped in the elevator”

Reflecting back on his 9/11 near death experience, he added:

“I remember riding in the ambulance that morning and looking back, thinking it had to be a bomb.

“Later they told me it was an airplane that hit the towers, but how could it just be an airplane? I know all the newspapers were saying that, but it was just too incredible to believe if you heard and experienced what I did. It had to be a bomb.”

Here is a summary of articles and radio interviews for those who haven't been keeping up with Rodriguez and his efforts to gain deserved media attention:

Eye Witness Hears Explosions at WTC; Scientific Group SPINE Provides Sophisticated Analysis
WTC Basement Blast And Injured Burn Victim Blows 'Official 9/11 Story' Sky High; Eye Witness Testimony Is Conclusive That North Tower Collapsed From Controlled Demolition
Former Military Demolition Pro Now 'Blows Out' Neo Con Protest Songs; Inspired And Angry, He's Now Writing Song About WTC Hero-Janitor For Efforts To Get At 9/11 Truth
Second WTC Janitor Comes Forward With Eye-Witness Testimony Of 'Bomb-Like' Explosion in North Tower Basement
Media Big Shots at NBC and New York Times 'Hush Hush And Evasive' About Why WTC Janitor Story Never Appeared, A Story That Blows The Official 9/11Account Sky High

Radio Interviews:
William Rodriguez Radio Interview
9/11 Truth Expose

another eyewitness in the

another eyewitness in the basement tells the same and caught on tape, twice

"What happened was, I was down in the basement, all of sudden we heard a loud bang and the elevator door blew open, some guy was burnt up, so I dragged him out, his skin was all hanging off, so I dragged him out and pulled him out in the parking lot, and this was all that was left on [inaudible]"

you can see the basement in this photo, through the large hole caused by the pancake collapse

check out these horizontal pancakes

warping steel, that doesn't

warping steel, that doesn't warp

see all those rescue people in the picture, they're breathing in pulverised cement and toxic dust. I wonder if they will come down with "wtc cough"?

"Inhaling toxic dust from the World Trade Center disaster on 11 September 2001 has damaged some rescue workersÂ’ lungs more than years of smoking, US scientists reveal. Using an unconventional chest scan for the circumstances, researchers were able to capture visual signs of the severe respiratory problems that doctors could not otherwise have diagnosed.

Hundreds of people have been tested and treated for respiratory problems - or “World Trade Center cough” - since New York City’s twin towers fell, most of them suffering from asthma-like breathing difficulties. Some people, however, maintained persistent but unidentifiable coughs that could not be picked up using standard chest computed tomography (CT) scans.

Pulverised cement

In order to gauge the severity of the air-trapping pattern, the authors developed a visual scale that ranged from 0 to 24. Mendelson says that smokers would probably fall somewhere between 0 to 4 on his scale. The World Trade Center rescue workers, however, averaged 10.55.

The extent of air trapping was found to reflect the amount of time each worker was exposed to the dust and debris of the buildingsÂ’ collapse.

The most likely culprit behind this type of airway disease is pulverised alkaline cement, says Mendelson, who presented his findings at the Radiological Society of North AmericaÂ’s meeting in Chicago on Tuesday. All of the subjects are now being treated with anti-inflammatory drugs.

Richard Russell, of the British Thoracic Society in London, UK, is not surprised by the degree of lung tissue damage caused by exposure to the fine cement dust, which is capable of penetrating deeply into the lungs and damaging the delicate tissues found there.

But he warns that the rescue workers’ breathing problems might be permanent: “This is a physical problem that’s not going to go away with simple anti-inflammatories,” he says. “We’ll just have to watch and see if the patients get better over time and make sure they’re not smoking.”