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Dubuque Fire Department to remember 911 Sunday

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This Sunday, September 11, marks the 15th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on American soil.

In remembrance, the Dubuque Fire Department will pay tribute to 911 victims with a memorial event, starting at 8:55 a.m. this Sunday.

The 9-11 memorial will be held on the campus of the Dubuque County Emergency Responder Training Facility, at 14928 Public Safety Way.

The Dubuque Fire Department will present a traditional bell ceremony to recognize the firefighters and other emergency personnel lives lost on 9-11, 2001, when two planes intentionally flew into the World Trade Center.

The event is expected to last approximately 15 minutes.  

The public is invited to attend.

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