9/11 widow, a former Pleasantville resident, calls out LoBiondo's cockpit bill - Today's Top Stories - pressofAtlanticCity.com Mobile

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9/11 widow, a former Pleasantville resident, calls out LoBiondo's cockpit bill

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Ben Fogletto

Ellen Saracini outside the White House Sub Shop on Mississippi and Arctic Avenues in Atlantic City. This stretch of Mississippi Ave at the shop is named after Victor. Saturday August 3 2013 Ellen Saracini, widow of Victor Saracini, one of the pilots of one of the passenger plane used by terrorists to bring down the towers on 9/11/01, is in Atlantic City advocating for a new bill to protect pilots. (The Press of Atlantic City / Ben Fogletto)

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The widow of a local pilot who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks thinks U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, by not supporting a proposed federal bill, is stalling her efforts to ensure all pilots are safe in the cockpit when in the air.

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Ben Fogletto

Ellen Saracini outside the White House Sub Shop on Mississippi and Arctic Avenues in Atlantic City. This stretch of Mississippi Ave at the shop is named after Victor. Saturday August 3 2013 Ellen Saracini, widow of Victor Saracini, one of the pilots of one of the passenger plane used by terrorists to bring down the towers on 9/11/01, is in Atlantic City advocating for a new bill to protect pilots. (The Press of Atlantic City / Ben Fogletto)