It cannot have crashed if it was still communicating with the system afterwards. Where it landed does not matter. It would be very interesting to know where it landed, but it is irrelevant.
That would be an interesting story if it were true, but it isn't true, just like most of the things you say around here BR. In reality Woody Box is mistaken and there is no evidence to suggest that UA93 received any transmissions after it crashed. All evidence indicates that it didn't receive any transmissions after it crashed.
Just in case you or Woody Box decide to argue this point BR, please make note of the following spreadsheet that I put together as part of my analysis of the ACARS messages from that day. These are the final messages sent to UA93, and please note that the last downlink from the aircraft took place at 14:01:59 Zulu (10:01:59 Eastern).
I discuss this graphic and many other things in more detail in another post from a previous thread, here, and in a general debunking of one of PfffT's articles in my blog here. For any who are keenly interested in following all of the technical details related to this in-depth study, I suggest using the advanced search function and looking for posts by myself, Czero 101, and Warren Stutt where the keyword is simply ACARS. You'll be reading for a while, but together we were able to clarify and debunk pretty much all of the ACARS related claims that have been put forth by Woody Box, Bubs, Balsamo, and many other PffffT followers.
The short version related specifically to the last transmissions to UA93 is that even though the ACARS system was continuing to transmit messages addressed to United 93 after it had crashed, none of them were actually received and acknowledged by the aircraft because it went down at approximately 10:03:11 AM Eastern Time.