The public art display focused on the many emergency phone calls that were made by victims of the attacks.
“A lot of innocent and God-fearing people died,” said Eric Taylor, 57, of
Among other memorials, volunteers lit about 3,000 candles in the
The Ohio Statehouse marked the anniversary with nearly 3,000 small flags arrayed on the Capitol’s lawn in
“We must now be constantly made aware that a reoccurrence could happen at any time,” Sheriff Jim Karnes said during the ceremony.
More than $140,000 has been raised for the project through fundraisers and donation drives, said Lisa Oles, an
“It’s never come down,” said Dussel, 81, an Army infantry veteran of the
In the years since the flag went up, Dussel said, people have stopped regularly to have pictures taken in front of it.