INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis International Airport held a 9/11 anniversary observance Wednesday morning.
A trio of firefighters sang the National Anthem and there was a procession of the flags. On a display in Civic Plaza were a firefighter's helmet, a police officer's hat, flowers and pictures.
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Airport emergency responders, who were deployed to Ground Zero to assist in recovery operations, also took part in the ceremony.
A public display of a section of World Trade Center steel recovered from Ground Zero was set up as well.
The steel is 12 inches by 12 inches by 6 inches and weighs about 40 pounds. It will return to its permanent location, the airport’s Fire Station 1, at the end of the day Wednesday.
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