A coal company will donate land that could be used toward a national memorial to United Flight 93, including part of the site where the plane crashed on Sept. 11, 2001. PBS Coals Inc., is donating 29 acres, becoming the third group to give away land to The Conservation Fund, an Arlington, Va.-based nonprofit group working to preserve land for a memorial for the 40 passengers and crew who died on the flight. “It’s vital that this area is protected for all time,” Robert Scott, head of Friedens, Pa.-based PBS Coals, said Tuesday. With the donation, officials have garnered 175 of the 1,500 acres that a federal panel has said it would like for a permanent memorial about 60 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Full Story
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