Flight 93 visitor center opens to mark the 14th anniversary of the tragedy at the 9/11 site in Pennsylvania

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The new visitor’s center found in Shanksville, PA opened on Thursday 10th of September to mark the Flight 93 Memorial.

The center tells the story that happened to the people who were on board of the United Airlines Flight 93 on 11th September 2011, 14 years ago. Hijackers took control of the plane on that morning and headed for an unknown target which could be possibly the U.S. Capitol building.

The passengers fought back hard but unfortunately, the plane was found crashed in a field near Shanksville. Credits were given to the people on Flight 93 by a man who was inside the Capitol Building on that day for saving his life. The man was among the last ones heading out of the building when he got a call that another plane was heading towards Washington from Pennsylvania, the man’s wife Raz Hantman said who is now a Flight 93 Memorial visitor.

Alan Hantman, a Flight Memorial visitor, said these moments are unforgettable and it is a major piece of everything that happened on 9/11.

Photos, audio recordings, videos and more can be found at the new visitor’s center.