in News Dodgers Nation Road Trip Photo Gallery: 9/11 15 Years Later by Staff Writer 09/10/2016, 10:05 PM 0Flight 93 was one of the planes that crashed into the twin towers. The 9/11 memorial and museum are located directly where the towers once stood. Notes were left by loved ones in memory of those who lost their lives at the world trade center. It’s been 15 years since the 9/11 attacks. Flight 93 was one of the planes that crashed into the twin towers. The 9/11 memorial and museum are located directly where the towers once stood. Kim Bonsanti played “going home” on her trumpet. This was her way of paying tribute to the victims. The memorial has a surrounding waterfall. Surrounding the waterfalls are the names of the 2,606 victims of the 9/11 attacks. New York Fire Department 343 dedicated a wall to their fellow fallen firefighters. The fire house is within close proximity of the fallen towers. Single roses were seen throughout various spots upon the memorial museum. The flowers were a major attraction. The fallen firefighters names were engraved on the wall. Above their names was a mural created in their honor. The original tower was seen on the memorial museum. The waterfall runs over the image. The words “may we never forget” can be seen on the side of the firehouse wall. American flags hang at the top of the dedication. See more Previous article Recap: Rich Hill Flirts With Perfection as Dodgers Beat Marlins 5-0 Next article Stories by Scully: September 11 Edition Written by Staff Writer One Comment Leave a Reply One Ping Pingback:Remembering 9/11: Dodgers Nation Remembers The Attacks 15 Years Later | Dodgers Nation Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the Dodgers Nation Newsletter! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.