In Remembrance
September 11, 2001

Somerset, Pennsylvania
September 11, 2001
SOMERSET, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- United 757 Flight 93 originated in Newark, bound for San Francisco crashed about 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in Somerset County. The plane passed over Shanksville, and crashed south of Route 20 near an Indian Lake witnesses said. They said the impact shook buildings in Shanksville, 10 miles east of this western Pennsylvania city 80 miles south of Pittsburgh said Spokeswoman Jenna Ludgate.
Tribune-Democrat photo by David Lloyd via Associated Press

United Airlines Flight 93
on route Newark, New Jersey
to San Francisco, CA

crashed in a wooded area in
Sommerset, Pennsylvania

Photographer: AP

New York Mayor
Rudolph Guiliani

President George W. Bush
. .
Addresses the Nation
September 20, 2001
Presidents and first ladies past and present sit in the first pew during a service at the National Cathedral Friday, Sept. 14, 2001, to remember an estimated 5,000 people who died in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania in Tuesday's terrorist hijackings. Bush called on Americans to remember the victims with noon memorial services at churches, synagogues and mosques.

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