Fourteen years after 9/11, a visitor complex to honor the victims of Flight 93 was opened. The United Airlines plane was one of four hijacked on September 11, 2001, and the only one to not reach its target. Instead, passengers forced the plane to crash rather than being carried on into its intended target, which is assumed to be the U.S. Capitol. Forty passengers and crew members, plus the four hijackers, were killed.
Family members of the victims got a preview, which is located at the crash site in Somerset County, the day before the memorial officially opened. The center, which houses both a memorial and a museum, is operated by the National Park Service.
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