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New Video Emerges of United Flight 93 Crash Aftermath on September 11 [VIDEO]

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A few days ahead of the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, a new home video showing the aftermath of United Flight 93′s crash into a Pennsylvania field has been released.

Dave Berkebile, the man who recorded the video, has since died, and his family members found it while going through his things. As he shows the smoke rising from the wreckage, Berkebile can be heard saying it sounded like a bomb went off and that the noise shook his home some 15 miles away.

Those collecting September 11 oral histories for the National Park Service believe this is the earliest footage of the crash that killed the 40 passengers and crew members on board.

Is this proof the McClatchey photo is real?

[via Mediaite]

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