Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller recounts responding to Flight 93 crash

Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller shared his story of recovering remains from United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville Pennsylvania at the National Flight 93 Memorial, reports Dylan Johnson in the Daily American.

Much of the plane had disintegrated into pieces scattered over 100 acres of trees and former coal mines.

“The fragmentation was mind-boggling to me,” said Miller to the group.

Some remains were found from each of the 40 brave people aboard the hijacked plane.

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