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FBI Donates Artifacts from 9/11 Attack to Newseum in D.C.

Cellphones and pagers donated to museum/newseum photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

We all remember that eerie day — Sept. 11, 2001 — when terrorists took a routine Tuesday and shook it so hard and turned it upside down and changed forever  the way we travel and think about security and radical movements abroad.

To bring back some vivid memories, the FBI has donated dozens of artifacts to the Newseum in Washington including engine parts and landing gear from airlines that crashed into the World Trade Center, cellphones and pagers recovered from the Trade Center — some which rang for days after the attack — and personal belongings of airplane passengers.

The museum, in a press release, said the artifacts are part of a display on the FBI’s role in fighting terrorism before and after Sept. 11, 2001.

It will be open to the public beginning  Sept. 2.

 


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