Jack Chandler touches the 36-foot piece of the World Trade Center that was part of the 90th or 91st floor before it came crashing down on 9/11. His dream is to create a memorial in Milton by standing the piece on its end in a community park. While awaiting a decision by the city of Milton, the piece is resting on a flatbed truck in a Fife storage yard.
Jack Chandler touches the 36-foot piece of the World Trade Center that was part of the 90th or 91st floor before it came crashing down on 9/11. His dream is to create a memorial in Milton by standing the piece on its end in a community park. While awaiting a decision by the city of Milton, the piece is resting on a flatbed truck in a Fife storage yard. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times
Jack Chandler touches the 36-foot piece of the World Trade Center that was part of the 90th or 91st floor before it came crashing down on 9/11. His dream is to create a memorial in Milton by standing the piece on its end in a community park. While awaiting a decision by the city of Milton, the piece is resting on a flatbed truck in a Fife storage yard. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times