Brian Browne, 45, stands in front of one of the many flags he collects at his home on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, in Everett. Browne, who turned in an U.S. flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 to Everett firefighters, has been identified. The Daily Herald reports that Browne, had seen the coverage of the flag’s return to New York earlier this month and contacted authorities.
Brian Browne, 45, stands in front of one of the many flags he collects at his home on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, in Everett. Browne, who turned in an U.S. flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 to Everett firefighters, has been identified. The Daily Herald reports that Browne, had seen the coverage of the flag’s return to New York earlier this month and contacted authorities. Andy Bronson The Associated Press
Brian Browne, 45, stands in front of one of the many flags he collects at his home on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, in Everett. Browne, who turned in an U.S. flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 to Everett firefighters, has been identified. The Daily Herald reports that Browne, had seen the coverage of the flag’s return to New York earlier this month and contacted authorities. Andy Bronson The Associated Press

Mystery man behind rediscovery of 9/11 Ground Zero flag tells his story

September 28, 2016 9:30 AM

More Videos

  • An underground drone flight from the Space Needle to CenturyLink Field

    Now that the tunneling machine Bertha’s work is complete, it’s possible to fly a drone with a video camera from end-to-end inside Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel. In two minutes, you’ll see two miles of ongoing construction work. The upper roadway of the tunnel’s double-deck highway is more than 85% complete. Up next? Installation of the lower roadway, and all the systems it takes to operate a modern tunnel. Video courtesy of WSDOT.