The Globe and Mail: "'We are being hijacked, we are being hijacked!' a man locked in a washroom on one of the ill-fated flights told 911 operators over a cellphone.
Other calls made by passengers aboard the four hijacked airliners before their deadly crashes in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania were
also made public to audiences around the world shortly after the attacks.
In some cases, survivors rang their friends and relatives from the rubble of the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, telling them
they were alive."