World Trade Center steel arrives in Gander

Gander Mayor Claude Elliot unwrapped the first of two pieces of steel to come from the World Trade Centre to arrive in central Newfoundland Tuesday. The steel was donated to the town to show the Americans’ appreciated of all that the people of Gander did in those hard days. Thirty-nine airliners carrying 6,500 passengers were diverted to Gander when North American airspace was shut down on September 11, 2001.

Source: CBC

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