(8:44 a.m.) September 11, 2001: Flight Attendant Betty Ong’s Call to American Airlines Ends
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Good scope? Timeline? + wikified? + red links < 10? all red links fixed? referenced? Illustrated? Googled and added info? Checked 9/11 records archives? Checked Wikinews? Checked Wikisource? For the last 25 minutes, Flight 11 attendant Betty Ong has been speaking by Airfone to three employees at the American Airlines Southeastern Reservations Office in Cary, North Carolina [see 1].
As Flight 11 approaches New York and the World Trade Center, it appears to be quiet on board. Vanessa Minter, one of the employees receiving Ong’s call, later recalls, “You didn’t hear hysteria in the background. You didn’t hear people screaming.” In a composed voice, Ong repeatedly says, “Pray for us. Pray for us.” Minter and Nydia Gonzalez, the reservations office supervisor, assure her they are praying. Seconds later, the line goes dead. 
At 8:44 a.m., according to the 9/11 Commission, Gonzalez confirms, “I think we might have lost her.” Amy Sweeney, another Flight 11 attendant, has also made an emergency phone call from the plane. This also ends at 8:44 a.m. [see 2]
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- ABC NEWS. 7/18/2002. PACIFIC NEWS SERVICE. 9/8/2004.
- 9/11 Commission August 2004 Staff report,26 August 2004,Page 14