New York City's September 11th Commemoration Ceremony

Thursday marked two years since terrorists hijacked planes, and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington. It was a day full of memorials and rememberance. At New York City's commemoration ceremony, 200 children related to World Trade Center victims took turns reading the names of the 2,792 people who died in the twin towers. The footprint of the trade center's north tower is outlined by a fence draped with banners bearing drawings and messages painted by children of the victims. Four moments of silence were observed during the ceremony, marking when the planes hit the towners and when the towers fell At sunset, two beams of light illuminated the New York City skyline. Children's Chorus performs the Star Spangled Banner Son reads poem for his father who worked in the World Trade Center Names of victims read by children related to those lost Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani delivers reading

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