40 chimes for 40 heroes at the Flight 93 memorial
Tim Grant, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
STONYCREEK, Pa. — More than 200 friends and family members of the crew and passengers who died while fighting four terrorists on United Airlines Flight 93 gathered Sunday at the Flight 93 National Memorial on a rainy day to dedicate what is believed to be the largest musical instrument in the world — the Tower of Voices.
Standing 93 feet tall, the imposing concrete tower will eventually hold 40 wind-activated chimes with unique ring tones to represent the individual voices of the 40 passengers and crew members lost on Sept. 11, 2001. The tower is built on a mound, surrounded by white pine trees at the entrance to the 2,200-acre national park.
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