"When I got in my office the next day, big chunks of the ceiling were down on my desk and debris was everywhere," she said. "My desk was a little way in, but my secretary's desk was at the door. She felt the impact and saw the fireball coming toward her. She was able to run down the corridor ahead of the dust and debris. When the plane hit, there was so much fuel and it was burning so hot, the rescue workers had to go in from the back side and pull out people who were still alive."