Originally Posted by chrismohr
Yes, I believe the word 'ejection' is incorrect. As others have pointed out, as the exterior structure came apart, large sections of it fell outside the footprint, it wasn't just a few steel beams here and there being flung out.
So yes, if you look at the picture of the Winter Garden (that's the one that caught my eye) you can see large swaths of tower debris, and a few miscellaneous beams embedded in the adjacent tower.
Here's a better picture I just found which shows the embedded fragments which AE911Truth claims were flung there by high explosives...
I believe the building in question is 3 WFC, American Express Tower. According to Wiki, it wasn't just a few scattered beams that hit the building, either!
'Three World Financial Center was severely damaged by the falling debris when the World Trade Center towers collapsed on September 11, 2001. The building's southeast corner took heavy structural damage, though the effects were not enough to create a threat of collapse. The building had to be closed for repairs from September 11, 2001 until May 2002 as a result of damage sustained in the terrorist attacks.'