Guam - Korean Air Flight 801 Crash Site - The Carnage
"There has been deep tragedy here. We must bury our dead, heal
our wounded, face ourselves and confront our own fear of chaos and mortality.
Yet, if we are able to transform our experience of this tragedy and use our
feelings of loss and despair in order to reach out beyond our own selves,
our own families, our own neighborhoods, we can connect with one another
on a higher level, then the healing will have begun." Gov. Gutierrez
When Pictures Speak Louder than words
The following photos were taken by Eduardo C. Siguenza.
We will keep the format simple for the 2000 concurrent
viewers of the http://ns.gov.gu web page. Disclaimer: The photos are extremely graphic
in nature. We apologize that there were many pictures which could not be
shown. View at your discretion only.
- debris2. Debris
arriving at Site.
- Jet Engine severed from
- Smoking Airline Wreckage
- Evacuating the wounded.
- Guam Guard loading into
Impact site. Please use horiz. scrollbar to view screen!
- Overhead View.
- Metallic debris.
- The fallen.
- View of the Airport
runway from ontop of the crash site.
- Cleanup effort after fires which consumed the wings abated
- Guards transporting.
- 3rd Anniversary of crash.
Families on pilgrim visit erect an alter under marble marker.
Survivor of KAL Flight 801 - story of
Miracle. Click this line.
Special instructions: Once you reach Rika's homepage, Click the main picture
to travel backward in time.