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Responders risk it all to protect us


This many years afterward, the events of Sept. 11, 2001 have become a generational stamp of sorts.

Some of us, who remember the moment we heard of the attacks on the World Trade Center, have an indelible mark left upon us by that event and its immediate aftermath. We have a stamp left on our hearts as Americans who felt the losses of nearly 3,000 countrymen — including more than 340 fire fighters and 60 police officers.

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