One of the crew members aboard Flight 232 when it crashed 25 years ago was Jan Brown. Brown was the Chief Flight Attendant that day and what happened back then has shaped her life all these years later.
The 25th anniversary weekend events for Flight 232 wrapped up Sunday with a remembrance service.
When Flight 232 crashed in Siouxland July 19, 1989, it tore apart the lives of many. But it's also what put together a friendship for two strangers traveling from Denver to Chicago that day. The two turned a tragedy in to an unlikely friendship.
The 25th anniversary remembrance ceremony held Saturday is a reminder of lives lost on Flight 232. For one survivor, it's sad day filled with memories of the crash. But it's also a day of celebrating new beginnings.
To honor those lost and those who volunteered during the crash of United Flight 232, LifeServe Blood Center is seeking blood donations.
Briar Cliff College was the first place of refuge for survivors of Flight 232 after the crash 25 years ago. There, memories still live on today of the sorrow and tragedy many faced.
This Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of the Flight 232 crash at Sioux City’s Airport. More than one hundred died that day but even more survived thanks to the many emergency response crews.
A crash landing was forced after a small crack in a fan disk, sent pieces of metal flying and tearing through all three hydraulic lines.