The National Park Service may use its power of eminent domain to acquire the land necessary for a “Flight 93 Memorial.” Flight 93 was the fourth plane to crash on 9/11. Passengers of the plane stormed the cockpit, bringing the plane down in rural western Pennsylvania.
The National Park Service has been trying to acquire the land necessary for a memorial at the crash site. However, if the properties cannot be acquired amicably, they may be condemned. Negotiations are continuing.