Ten years later, Janet Scott’s memory of what happened on that fateful Tuesday morning on Sept. 11, 2001, is as vivid as if it just happened

She was cleaning gourds outside her farmhouse that morning when a loud boom broke the silence of a picturesque, sun-drenched sky.

“I felt the ground shake, and the dog jumped off the ground. … The whole thing was scary, it was a terrible thing,” Scott said.

United Flight 93, with 44 people on board, had just gone down in a remote field three miles from her farm.