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Dracut

(drā`kət), town (1990 pop. 25,594), Middlesex co., NE Mass., near the N.H. line; settled 1664, inc. 1702. The growing commercial center of a fertile farm region, the town has light manufacturing.
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Father-of-three John Ogonowski, 53, the pilot of American Airlines Flight 11 from Boston, the first to crash into the World Trade Centre, was from Dracut, Massachusetts, and had flown for 22 years.
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The volumes flow to a plant on Canada's Nova Scotia coast Sable Pipeline where it connects to Maritimes & Northeast and runs to Dracut, Massachusetts via New Brunswick and New England.
Wheeler and his wife Eleanor and their family of Dracut, Massachusetts. He was predeceased by his three siblings: Arthur Hayes, Vera Seguin and Ruth Wheeler.
The pilot of American Airlines Flight 11 from Boston, the first to crash into the World Trade Centre, was named as father-of-three John Ogonowski, 53, from Dracut, Massachusetts, who had flown for 22 years.