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This day (9/11), thirteen years ago: 2,977 people killed: 414 were emergency workers in New York City who responded to the World Trade Centers. They include 341 firefighters and 2 paramedics from the New York City Fire Department; 37 police officers from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department; 23 police officers from the New York City Police Department; 8 emergency medical technicians and paramedics from private hospital units and commercial ambulance groups; and 3 New York State Court officers.

The Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Company salutes all 414 emergency workers who died serving the people of New York City. These selfless individuals ran into the gates of hell to help citizens in their time of need.

The Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Company also salutes all of the emergency workers who have fallen ill and even died from Ground Zero respiratory illnesses.

It is without saying, the Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Company will never forget the events and the sacrifice on this date, thirteen years ago. Your Bethel Park Volunteer Firefighters are proud to protect the citizens of Bethel Park and Southwestern Pennsylvania and of this country, and we will always remember and strive to be like the responders to the events on 9/11. "Let's roll." #neverforget

Sep 11th 2:30pm • No Comments

This day (9/11), thirteen years ago. 2,977 people were killed from the terrorist attack on the United States: 227 crew and passengers on the four aircraft-turned-weapons; 2,606 people inside and surrounding the World Trade Center in New York; and 125 people at the Pentagon. #neverforget

Sep 11th 11:00am • No Comments

Two minutes ago (1028), this date (9/11), thirteen years ago. The North Tower of the World Trade Center collapses after burning for 102 minutes and compromising the structural integrity of the tower. #neverforget

Sep 11th 9:30am • No Comments

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