Like other first responders around the country, many on Mercer Island took a moment to remember the 9/11 incident, 19 years ago, on Sept. 11. Fire Station 92 in the south end features a commemorative sculpture crafted from a remnant of the World Trade Center itself (photo). Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Fire Department

Like other first responders around the country, many on Mercer Island took a moment to remember the 9/11 incident, 19 years ago, on Sept. 11. Fire Station 92 in the south end features a commemorative sculpture crafted from a remnant of the World Trade Center itself (photo). Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Fire Department

Remembering 9/11

Commemorative sculpture featured at fire station

  • Tuesday, September 15, 2020 12:41pm
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Like other first responders around the country, many on Mercer Island took a moment to remember the 9/11 incident, 19 years ago, on Sept. 11. Fire Station 92 in the south end features a commemorative sculpture crafted from a remnant of the World Trade Center itself (photo). Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Fire Department


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