Camden County Community Pays Tribute to Victims of 9/11

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PENNSAUKEN, N.J. -

A Camden County community came together to help honor the thousands of lives lost on September 11th, 2001.

On Monday, September 10th, volunteers and first responders worked diligently to place nearly 3,000 flags at Pennsauken's 9/11 Memorial, so they can fly proudly throughout the day.

Each flag represents someone who lost their life during the attacks.

Pennsauken's 9/11 Memorial was first dedicated on September 11th, 2003, as a tribute to the heroes of 9/11, as well as direct responders such as police, fire and EMS, who serve every day to protect residents in the communities where they live.

September 11th is a day America will never forget.

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