Clarence, N.Y. (AP) - A new memorial will be dedicated at the site of the crash of Continental Flight 3407 in upstate New York.
Relatives and friends of the accident's 50 victims, along with elected officials, plan to be at Saturday's ceremony in Clarence, near Buffalo.
The flight operated by Colgan Air crashed into a house on Feb. 12, 2009 as it approached Buffalo Niagara International Airport at the end of a short flight from Newark, N.J. All 49 people on board and one of the home's owners, Doug Wielinski, were killed.
At the memorial dedication, the victims' names will be read. Wielinski's wife Karen, who escaped her destroyed home, will speak.
The tribute features 51 steppingstones, one for each victim and another for the unborn child of one of the passengers.
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