Stephens, Levi

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Stars & Stripes September 12, 2001

Levi Stephens, 23, a courier for the Armed Forces Information Service, spoke of the crash:

"I was driving away from the Pentagon in the South Pentagon lot when I hear this huge rumble,
the ground started shaking … I saw this [plane] come flying over the Navy Annex.
It flew over the van and I looked back and I saw this huge explosion, black smoke everywhere."

CIT phoned and e-mailed this witness and revealed that the plane did NOT fly over his van and that he was ´misquoted´.

CIT sent him an image to depict exactly where he was and came to this conclusion:

He said:

"Notice it's a one way street that allows you to circle South parking. I was looking for
a parking spot. So as the plane flew in I had to physically turn around to watch it.
I stopped there when I noticed how low the plane was. The reporter sort of misquoted me
I was actually driving away from the Pentagon directionally as I wasn't facing the building."

The explosion occurred diectly behind him at @300m or more.

On being asked about the flightpath he confirmed that it flew over the Navy Annex, that he did NOT witness the lightpoles being 'struck' and that he had 'put 2 and 2 together' after watching the news. He was adamant that the plane flew on the 'Arlington Cemetery' side of the Citgo Station - North Side.

Source List: CIT

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