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Flight 93 Tributes Given for Memorial

More than 17,000 tributes and mementos left at a temporary memorial to United Airlines Flight 93 — such as painted rocks, an airplane made from Lego building blocks and a flight attendant’s uniform — were officially given to the National Park Service for possible use in a national memorial. Commissioners in Somerset County voted Tuesday to transfer ownership of the 17,863 items left by people visiting a makeshift memorial near the crash site about 60 miles southeast of Pittsburgh over the past three years. The items, although now owned by the National Park Service, will remain in an old limestone mine 45 miles north of Pittsburgh once used as a Cold War-era underground shelter and now a storage facility for businesses, government agencies and the vast Bettmann Archive. Full Story

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