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Flight 93 Crash Site


United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757 was one of four hijacked planes on September 11, 2001 as part of terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C. It did not reach its terrorist target crashing near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.


The Crash Moment
August 2012
Pictures of Victims
August 2012
Wall of Names
August 2012

August 2012


The area where hijacked plane crashed on September 11, 2001 at 10:03 has been recognized as a place of national remembrance. A monument is erected here in memory of the 40 passengers and crew members. The most engaging is a wall set in the direction of flight. There are names of all the victims engraved in white marble. The exact site of the crash is clearly visible but not accessible to the public. The access is allowed only the victims' families.


Memorial Plaza
August 2012
Flight 93 Crash Site
May 2006
Flight 93
May 2006

May 2006


There is no permanent memorial in honor of Flight 93 passengers yet. The temporary memorial located is about 200 yards from the actual crash site. It is a place adorned with flowers, letters, and flags of all sizes left by many visitors.


Flags of All Sizes
May 2006
Flight 93 Temporary Memorial #1
May 2006
Flight 93 Temporary Memorial #2
May 2006