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Today, 18 years ago, 343 FDNY Firefighters died on 9/11 attempting to evacuate the North and South Towers of the World Trade Centre. Today, 13 children of the 343 firefighters who died have just recently became Probationary Firefighters with the Fire Department of New York City.

When 9/11 Occurred, God called upon the best firefighters in the world. On September 11th 2001 343 of NYC’s finest were called home by the lord himself to serve in Heaven’s Fire Department. If you are a first responder, today, we kneel for their families and the ones lost on 9/11. Tomorrow, we honor them by getting back on the truck.

Rest In Peace 343. Keep watching over us, we’ll take it from here

—Jr. Firefighter Roman Gardner 

—Central VFD Station 147

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God bless those who lost their lives on that infamous day

-soon to be firefighter

-Township of Spring Fire and Rescue Station 85

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9/11 was a horrific terrorist attack. Thousands died, and millions were affected in the United States and around the world. Brave men and women put their lives on the line for others. Real life heroes. God bless anyone who has had family members lost in this terribly incident.


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