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Hundreds of people were killed in New York City on September 11, but a great number of lives were lost in two other locations as well. Passengers and crew members on United Flight 93 died in the crash near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and more lives were lost after American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon.

Kathy Dillaber and her sister, Patty Mickley, both worked at the Pentagon at the time of the attack. "I saw her that morning, and she had a beautiful red dress on," Kathy says. "The plane came in at [an] angle and ... her office is where it ended. So I came back here and was looking for a red dress or someone who might have seen a girl in a red dress." But Patty did not survive.

"I think there are parts of the country that have forgotten, particularly here at the Pentagon, because it was restored within the year," Kathy says.
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FROM: Six Years Later—The Children of September 11
Published on January 01, 2006

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