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Hallowed ground: How the stories of Gettysburg and Flight 93 intertwine in the nation’s history

"I think Flight 93 and Gettysburg are in that small group of events that have occurred over the history of this country that have no equals."
By Tim Lambert/WITF

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How Flight 93 flight attendant Lorraine Bay’s family is working to keep her memory alive

On Sept. 11, 2001, Bay was winding down her 37-year career as a flight attendant when she boarded United Flight 93.

By Julia Agos/WITF and Tim Lambert/WITF

Flight 93 crashed among coal mines. Treating the water there was no ordinary project

Some of those involved in treating the water contaminated by the site’s legacy of coal mining still remember the weight the work carried.

By Madison Goldberg/StateImpact Pennsylvania

Part of Flight 93 crashed on my land. I went back to the sacred ground 20 years later

On September 11, 2001, part of Flight 93 crashed onto land owned by WITF reporter Tim Lambert. The crash connected him to the first responders who managed the aftermath and to the families of the people who died on board.

By Tim Lambert/WITF

Educating a post-9/11 generation: The effort to keep the story alive

Friends and family members of those impacted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are working to find ways to tell Flight 93’s story to the next generation.

By Julia Agos/WITF