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Remembering 9/11 10 Years Later
2011-09-15

 

Drew Rosenberger with the Haycock Township Fire Company rings a fire bell with the 5-5-5-5 code, the Fire Department of New York’s signal for fallen firemen, followed by a salute to the fallen. Members of the Trumbauersville Fire Company, along with several other fire companies, stand at attention during the opening ceremonies at a 9/11 remembrance held Sunday evening in Mollasses Creek Park in Milford Township.

FDNY fireboat Marine 1, delivered to the city of New York about a year ago, and built with steel melted down from the World Trade Center, puts on a display at a memorial held on Staten Island,, New York.

Pictured with Engine 911 in front of the Engine 4/Ladder 15 firehouse, local firefighters attending 9-11 memorial services in Lower Manhattan, New York on Sunday included, left to right: Jim Carroll, Milford Twp. Fire Co.; Larry Roeder, Green Lane Fire Co.; Merrill Foley, Milford Twp. Fire Co.; John Miller, Green Lane Fire Co.; and Ryan Watts and Will Shutte-Corona of the Milford Twp. Fire Co.

Attendees at the 9/11 remembrance at American Legion Post 184 in Palm recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of ceremonies.

Rev. Peter Smith of Hope Valley Community Church, left, begins the lighting of candles at the 10-Year Memorial Worship Service held for the community Sunday afternoon at St. Philip Neri Church in Upper Hanover Township.

Please click on the photos tab for additional photos of observances held in remembrance of September 11, 2001. 

 

 

 

 

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