Norwalk holds Pearl Harbor memorial

Norwalk held its annual Pearl Harbor memorial ceremony this morning at City Hall.

A group read the names of all Connecticut military members who were killed in the attack.

They also heard stories of some of the survivors.

Veterans say the parallels between "The Day that Lives in Infamy" and the Sept. 11th attacks make it more important to remember Pearl Harbor now than ever.

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