Images that were eerily similar to the 9/11 "attacks" haunted China earlier today as a high-rise apartment building in Shanghai was engulfed by flames.  The fire is said to have started in a stock of building materials being used in the 28 story structure's renovation and quickly spread up the tower.  Residents escaped the flames by climbing down scaffolding on the outside of the apartment complex, and others were rescued by helicopters until the flames and smoke made further rescues impossible.  At press time, the death toll stood at 42, and over 90 people were injured.  Over 100 fire trucks took more than four hours to extinguish the inferno.  More victims are expected to be pulled from the structure as fire fighters are now able to enter it.