25th Anniversary of the crash of United Flight 232 marked with memorial garden dedication.

Two grass covered pot holes mark the spot where the landing gear of United Flight 232 touched down when it crashed on July 19, 1989 in Sioux City, Iowa. Survivors, civilian emergency responders, and the Iowa Air National Guard marked the 25th anniversary of the accident by dedicating a memorial garden on near the spot where the plane first touched down on July 19, 2014 in Sioux City, Iowa. (Air National Guard photo by 1LT Jeremy J. McClure/Released)

PHOTO BY: LT Jeremy J. McClureReleased
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