Columbia County’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony

Columbia County’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony


BRAD: COLUMBIA COUNTY’S 9-11 CEREMONY WAS AT THEIR MILITARY MEMORIAL WALL THIS MORNING. NEWSCHANNEL SIX’S JENNA KELLEY WAS THERE. JENNA KELLEY/REPORTER: “COMMUNITY MEMBERS, COUNTY LEADERS, AND FIRST RESPONDERS, GATHERED HERE TOFAY 18 YEARS AFTER THE TRAGIC EVENT TO REMEMBER THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN 9/11 AND THOSE WHO RISKED IT ALL TO SAVE OTHERS.” RADIO: “ON SEPTEMBER 11TH 2001 AT SINCERELY 36 HOURS AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 11 CRASHED IN THE NORTH TOWER OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER.” BOB THORESEN/AMERICA N RED CROSS: “I WAS SENT UP TO GROUND ZERO AT APPROXIMATELY 10 DAYS TO TWO WEEKS AFTER THE ATTACK, SO I SAW FIRST HAND IN THE SENSE THE DEVASTATION THAT OCCURRED.” RADIO: “AT 09 AND 3 HOURS UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 175 CRASHED INTO THE SOUTH TOWER OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER.” ERIC TOLER/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE GEORGIA CYBER CENTER: “IN THE CYBER REALM YOU CAN’T REALLY SEE WHAT’S GOING ON BECAUSE IT’S ALL VIRUTAL AND EVIL KIND OF WORKS IN THE SAME WAY. IT DOESN’T MANIFEST UNTIL YOU SEE THE RESULTS.” RADIO: “09:07 HOURS AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77 CRASHED INTO THE PENTAGON.” NICK NESBITT/LT. COLUMBIA COUNTY FIRE RESCUE: “THE FDNY IS WHAT REALLY STRIKES HOME WITH ME.” RADIO: “10:03 HOURS UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT 93 CRASHED INTO A FIELD IN PENNSYLVANIA.” NICK NESBITT/LT. COLUMBIA COUNTY FIRE RESCUE: “THEY WENT IN THAT BUILDING KNOWING THEY WERE NEVER GOING TO COME OUT.” RADIO: “AT 10:28 HOURS THE NORTH TWOER OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER COLLAPSED.” ERIC TOLER/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE GEORGIA CYBER CENTER: “REMEMBER AND RESPECT.” BOB THORESEN/AMERICA N RED CROSS: “APPRECIATION THAT WE NEED TO HAVE FOR ALL OF THE FIRST RESPONDERS AND REMEMBRANCE OF ALL THOSE WHO WERE KILLED.” RADIO: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LOST 2794 FELLOW AMERICANS, ALL OF WHOM WERE MOTHERS, FATHERS, BORTHERS, SISTERS, SONS, DAUGHTERS, AUNTS, AND UNCLES.” JENNA KELLEY/REPORTER: “AT THE END OF THE CEREMONY THEY HAD A CLOSING PRAYER TO NOT JUST PAY RESPECTS TO THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES, BUT ALSO SHOW LOVE TO THE FAMILIES WHO ARE HURTING TODAY. IN COLUMBIA COUNTY JENNA KELLEY WJBF NEWSCHANNEL 6.

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