Crash in Pennsylvania NPR's John Ydstie reports on the crash of a hijacked United Airlines jetliner in rural Pennsylvania yesterday. The plane, which was originally bound for San Francisco, ran aground approximately 80 miles outside of Pittsburgh. Officials believe that the hijackers may have been headed for Camp David.
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Crash in Pennsylvania

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NPR's John Ydstie reports on the crash of a hijacked United Airlines jetliner in rural Pennsylvania yesterday. The plane, which was originally bound for San Francisco, ran aground approximately 80 miles outside of Pittsburgh. Officials believe that the hijackers may have been headed for Camp David.