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Chico community continues to remember North State 9/11 hero

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Chico community continues to remember North State 9/11 hero

Chico community continues to remember North State 9/11 hero

On Tuesday, the Chico community continues to remember Nicole Miller, a passenger on United flight 93 who had strong ties to the North State.

Community continues to remember nicole miller.

A passenger on united flight 93 who had strong ties to the north state.

Action news now reporter laura eng joins us now, laura, and you've witnessed tonight she truly isn't forgotten?

That's right, all throughout the day, people have been stopping by her memorial plaque placing flowers.

Fresh flowers placed around the memorial for nicole carol mille*..

An annual tradition for paula scholtes.

We put flowers and we always think about her and cannot even fathom what it would have been like to be in that situation.

Nicole miller's father, david and catherine miller, lived in forest ranch.

On the morning of september 11th, 2001..

21- year-old*nicol* was on hijacked flight 93, heading from newark to san francisco.

Passengers attacked the hijackers before the plane crashed into an open field in somerset county, pennsylvania, killing everyone on board.

It just terrifies me to think what those people faced.

Mille* was born in san jose.

She was a sophomore at west valley college in saratoga and was about to transfer to chico state to finish her degree.

Laura: paula said she chose yellow flowers because yellow flowers represent friendship.

She wanted all of her friends and family to know the community will never forget her.

I walk through here every year and notice the flowers being placed at her memorial.

And 18 years later, with a fresh array of flowers, the chico community continues to honor the flight 93 hero.

Kind of the tip of the iceberg, all the people that still care about her, remember her.

Millers' parents don't live in forest ranch anymore.

## today -- butte college cadets




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