Return To Shanksville
September 8, 2011
On September 11, 2001 the heroes aboard Flight 93 made an attempt to regain control of the aircraft after four hijackers took control of the aircraft's cockpit and diverted the flight towards Washington, D.C. The plane crashed near Shanksville, PA where a permanent memorial now stands. Michael Bartley talks to the residents of Shanksville about their memories -- and moving on.
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