On the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, long lines of cars made their way toward the field where Flight 93 crashed with 40 passengers, crew members and four hijackers inside.
Philly.com reports the thousands of visitors honored the victims of the crash and recalled their memories of September 11, 2001.
The Flight 93 memorial, which is still under construction, stands on a national park that visitors can access from Route 30.
Philly.com reports the road leading to the monument was packed with cars. Those in attendance gathered for a Saturday early afternoon ceremony led by Vice President Biden.
Flight 93, operated by United Airlines, was headed to San Francisco from Newark when it was taken over by four hijackers. The plane was headed towards Washington when passengers fought back, attempting to regain control of the plane.