On Sunday, September 10 at 3:30pm ET, The Families of Flight 93 and the National Park Service will break ground on the last memorial building component for the Flight 93 National Memorial – the Tower of Voices. EarthCam is inviting people around the world to be a part of this beautiful “soundbreaking” ceremony at the memorial grounds in Stonycreek Township, PA with its live streaming views of the event.
The Tower of Voices features 40 bells representing the 40 passengers and crew members on-board United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11, 2001. The memorial building carries significant meaning and importance for the families of Flight 93, as it symbolizes the moving telephone calls to their loved ones and the conversations had among the 40 heroes.
“EarthCam’s live broadcast of the Tower of Voices ‘soundbreaking’ event is wonderful,” said Gordon Felt, President of the Families of Flight 93. “The live views will bring Flight 93 families from around the country, and around the world, even closer as we begin construction on the Memorial’s final phase.”
EarthCam is honored to partner with the Friends of Flight 93 and the National Park Service to be a part of this important event, and has donated the webcam technology and services to broadcast the soundbreaking. Additionally, EarthCam will be documenting the 10-month construction process for the Tower of Voices, which will open with a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 10, 2018.
Honor and remember all those affected by the September 11 attacks by joining the Tower of Voices Soundbreaking at the Flight 93 National Memorial with EarthCam’s webcam ao vivo, installed in partnership with the Friends of Flight 93 and the National Park Service. The Soundbreaking takes place on Sunday, September 10 at 3:30pm ET.
Watch and share EarthCam’s commemorative time-lapse movies for One World Trade Center, National September 11 Memorial & Museum and the Flight 93 National Memorial.