Archive Video: Victims Remembered in Maryland
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Archive Video: Victims Remembered in Maryland

Wednesday, September 12, 2001Residents of University Park, Maryland, gathered at a community potluck dinner at a nearby church to remember the victims of recent terrorist attacks. A neighborhood memorial honors Charles Falkenberg and Leslie Whittington, a couple who was killed along with their two young children, Zoe and Dana, when their hijacked American Airlines plane slammed into the Pentagon. Another University Park resident, Sheila Hein, is a Pentagon worker who has been missing since Tuesday's attack on the building. Video by Christina Pino-Marina/washingtonpost.com

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