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Museums hosting United Flight 232 exhibits ahead of 30th anniversary

(KTIV) – This Friday, Siouxland will remember 30 years since the crash of United Flight 232 at Sioux Gateway Airport.

Right now at the Sioux City Public Museum, several educational experiences are on display, including video that captures the moment of the crash. Artifacts of the event are also displayed.

The Public Museum is free and open to the public.

The Mid-America Museum of Aviation and Transportation at Sioux Gateway Airport also has several United 232 exhibits on display.

They are designed to help educate young and old about the crash and the response from the people of Siouxland.

This Friday on the 30th anniversary of the crash, the Museum will be hosting an open house. It will run from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m., with free admission.

Keith W. Bliven

KTIV News Director

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