Buffalo remembers terrorist attacks 10 years later

In addition to two official remembrance ceremonies in Buffalo, people gathered over Route 198. (Blotter)

BUFFALO, NY (Erie County Fire Blotter) – A public ceremony to remember 9/11 was held on the Central Wharf Sunday morning.

The remembrance ceremony was organized by the Seven Seas Sailing School.

The names of all the victims who died on September 11th were read aloud and the Buffalo Fire Department laid a wreath into the water.

During the ceremony, Fr. Joe Bayne blessed and dedicated eight new trucks for the Buffalo Fire Department.

Dignitaries including Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and Congressman Brian Higgins were in attendance.

In addition to the ceremony at the Central Wharf – Buffalo Professional Firefighter’s Local 282 held a remembrance ceremony at the Buffalo Fire Historical Museum and citizens and first responders gathered on a pedestrian bridge over Route 198 and waved American flags at passing motorists.

One Response to Buffalo remembers terrorist attacks 10 years later

  1. J. Pawli

    September 12, 2011 at 6:21 am

    Thank you to all the Brave First responders who we Honor everyday right along side the Military. This was a wonderful service and I am especially proud of all those young men and ladies from the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps, who showed up to show their support.

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