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Well the rise of freedom now for a year our cameras have been closely following the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site of the construction of the 9/11 memorial.
It scheduled to open next month on the ten year remembrance of the attacks.
The flight 93 national memorial Pennsylvania also opened the public that we can but it will be finished by then.
In fact until recently was hard to tell where the plane actually crashed but.
Now visitors know where to bow their heads.
Thanks to the people who live nearby.
Right at the point that open.
Area on the hillside.
Right past that -- where the crash site was.
On 9/11 Connie and -- to Venice came home to find pieces of flight 93.
Scattered all over their property in Pennsylvania we've picked him up off of our path this looks like.
Foam and we thought maybe that was from overhead.
Compartments this here looks like.
Part of the seat cover flight 93 carried US mail on board we have now on March means while the winds spread the plane's debris around for miles.
A memorial to the passengers and crew started growing near the crash site at a former coal -- Temporary memorial started people started bringing things.
We took candles and -- It.
That's cuts still.
Connie and Sam are now among fifty local volunteers.
Who helped nearly 200000 visitors a year understand what they're seeing at the site you can see a brown boulder.
That's the actual impact site right there a seventeen ton boulder now serves as a single headstone for the forty people who died here.
Only their families are allowed on that hallowed ground.
But the public will be able to get closer when the National Park Service opens the permanent memorial on September the tenth.
Right there's where the plane went in the ground -- -- -- -- coal colored walkway runs along the edge of the field where human remains were found.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- There's the victims' names and marks the flight path.
If you're standing there when it went overhead so -- if you win the medals stand there.
Plans for the 62 million dollar memorial also call for -- visitor center with fifty foot walls.
To show how low flight 93 was flying during the final descent.
But there's not enough money to build that yet the great.
we have 109 hours ago the bad news says we have ten million dollars to go the flight 93 memorial is the only national park dedicated to 9/11.
Park Rangers are in charge of guiding visitors but locals like Connie and -- M will be there to help.
Just as they have been since day one.
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