Gay man thought to have tried rescuing self, doomed airline passengers

Walsh, Ed
September 2001
Bay Windows;9/13/2001, pN.PAG
Focuses on gay rugby player Mark Bingham, who was speculated to have averted the crash of the hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 intended for the Camp David presidential retreat on September 11, 2001. Comment on Bingham's heroism; Personal background; Condolences for Bingham from colleagues around the world.


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