09/10/09 121 W - + 5 - 8 Raleigh Fire Department Marks Anniversary of Sep. 11 Terrorist Attacks


The Raleigh Fire Department will hold a moment of silence Friday to remember the civilian and uniformed victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The observance honors those who lost their lives in New York City, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. For one minute beginning at 9:59 a.m., apparatus and personnel at all twenty-seven fire stations will be present on each station’s apron. Personnel will stand at attention and apparatus will have their warning lights activated. The remembrance takes place at the time of the collapse of the South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. It was the first tower to collapse following the terrorist attack.





Hey Lee, Just wondering if you made it out to a station to take a picture of the moment of silence?
ExplorerRickels (Email) - 09/11/09 - 13:59

How many county departments joined this event. I think Stony Hill and RDU...anyone else?
Smoketamer - 09/11/09 - 17:51

Wake Forest joined in the event with both fire and police.
Wayne - 09/11/09 - 20:16



  
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