RE­MEM­BER­ING 9/11

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It’s been 17 years since the ter­ror­ist at­tacks at the World Trade Cen­ter and

Pen­tagon changed the lives of ev­ery Amer­i­can.

Those somber events were re­mem­bered at the Patriot Me­mo­rial in Welling­ton

last Tues­day, along with hun­dreds of oth­ers across the na­tion.

PHO­TOS BY ALLEN EYESTONE/ THE PALM BEACH POST

Palm Beach County Fire Res­cue driver Kevin Kemp pauses to touch the steel from the World Trade Cen­ter fol­low­ing a 9/11 Re­mem­brance Cer­e­mony at the Patriot Me­mo­rial on Tues­day in Welling­ton.

Left: Re­tired New York Po­lice De­part­ment mem­bers at­tend a 9/11 Re­mem­brance Cer­e­mony on Tues­day at the Patriot Me­mo­rial in Welling­ton,

Palm Beach CountyFire Res­cue and Sher­iff Of­fi­cers at­tend a 9/11 Re­mem­brance Cer­e­mony on Tues­day in Welling­ton.

Palm Beach County Fire Res­cue and Sher­iff Of­fi­cers at­tend a 9/11 Re­mem­brance Cer­e­mony at the Patriot Me­mo­rial in Welling­ton.

Vil­lage of Welling­ton coun­cil mem­bers and vol­un­teers who helped build the Patriot Me­mo­rial lay a wreath at the base of the steel.

Above: Welling­ton holds a 9/11 Re­mem­brance Cer­e­mony each year at the Patriot Me­mo­rial in Welling­ton.

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