Thousands Gather in Atlantic City for Saracini-O'Neil 9/11 Memorial Service

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -

Communities across South Jersey gathered Tuesday to pay tribute to the victims and heroes who sprung into action during the September 11th attacks.

Thousands gathered in Atlantic City Tuesday morning, September 11th, for the annual Saracini-O'Neil 9/11 Memorial Service to honor Atlantic City heroes Victor Saracini and John O'Neil and the many others who were killed during the attacks.

"Anyone who lost their family members in 9/11 or anyone who lost their family members in trying to take care and secure our democracy, we tilt our hats to you...God Bless America," said Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam.

Today's memorial ceremony included a moment of silence and as well as speeches from local officials and members of the community.

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