United 93 crash site, USA

Midway
Swastika house
Tivoli Gardens
United 93 crash site, Pennsylvania
Suggested by: Unknown

How cool is this: 3.363.363.363.363.36

Infamous crash site of flight 93 (the one that did not reach Washington DC) at the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
See it in Google Earth
Information on WikipediaRandom placemark

12345


Information about United 93 crash site

United Airlines Flight 93 was a regular flight from Newark International Airport (now known as Newark Liberty International Airport) in Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco International Airport, then continuing on to Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan, on a different aircraft. On September 11, 2001, the United Airlines Boeing 757-222, registered N591UA, was one of four planes hijacked as part of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. It was the only one of the four planes that did not reach its intended target, instead crashing in an empty field just outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, about 150 miles (240 km) northwest of Washington, D.C. The 9/11 Commission (through testimony, tapes of passengers' phone calls, and the flight data recorders recovered from the crash) determined that crew and passengers, alerted through phone calls to loved ones, had attempted to subdue the hijackers. The Commission concluded that the hijackers crashed the plane to keep the crew and passengers from gaining control. The Commission's official report states that co-pilot LeRoy Homer, flight attendants CeeCee Lyles and Sandra Bradshaw and passengers Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Tom Burnett, Andrew Garcia, Jeremy Glick, and Richard Guadagno, among others, fought back against the hijackers.

This information was provided by Wikipedia under the GNU license. Read more about this placemark on Wikipedia.

Comments about United 93 crash site

Comments(0) | Write comment


Related results:

Eiffel tower, Paris (grade 3.50 of 5)
Eiffel tower Vegas, Las Vegas (grade 2.97 of 5)
The Golden Gate bridge, San Fransisco (grade 3.10 of 5)
The Panama canal, Panama (grade 3.17 of 5)
The Globe, Stockholm (grade 3.74 of 5)

Some random placemarks in USA

Hoover DamHoover Dam, Nevada (grade 3.85 of 5)
Stone MountainStone Mountain, GA (grade 3.33 of 5)
Strange starStrange star, Nevada (grade 3.89 of 5)
Prisoners at San Quentin State PrisonPrisoners at San Quentin State Prison, San Quentin, CA (grade 2.80 of 5)
Living in a jetplaneLiving in a jetplane, Portland (grade 4.24 of 5)
Aircraft scrapyardAircraft scrapyard, Arizona (grade 3.79 of 5)
Trinity test siteTrinity test site, New Mexico (grade 3.96 of 5)
FlyinFlyin' and livin' place, San Antonio, TX (grade 3.11 of 5)
Camp site markingsCamp site markings, Nevada (grade 3.29 of 5)
Weird Orange BallWeird Orange Ball, Rugby, North Dakota (grade 2.00 of 5)

Five completely random placemarks from the database

Guinness FactoryGuinness Factory, Dublin (grade 3.38 of 5)
Man with a jetpackMan with a jetpack, Nevada (grade 1.83 of 5)
Kaiser - FemsaKaiser - Femsa, Araraquara (grade 2.82 of 5)
Nelsons columnNelsons column, London (grade 3.14 of 5)
Plane desencdingPlane desencding, kester (grade 3.60 of 5)