VIDEO: Police and Fire departments pause to remember the victims of 9/11

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PROVINCETOWN – Provincetown Police and Fire held a 9/11 remembrance ceremony this morning on Shankpainter Road:

9/11 Remembrance Ceremony Provincetown, MA 9/11/18 from Cape Wide News LLC on Vimeo.


HARWICH -From Harwich Fire: Today the department held a remembrance ceremony for the September 11th attacks. “The Pearl Harbor Day” of our generation was how it was described by Fire Department Chaplain Marc Tremblay.

Chief Norman Clarke and Chief David Guillmette both shared messages of honor the fallen, while moving forward.

A retired New York City fireman attended today’s ceremony and allowed the Department to use a cross made in his Firehouse from World Trade Center steel.

Photos by Harwich Fire/CWN

DENNIS – Dennis Fire held a 9/11 Ceremony this morning. They thank all who attended:

BARNSTABLE – Barnstable Fire thanks Barnstable Channel 18 for capturing their 2018 September 11 Service of Remembrance! If you weren’t able to attend the service, please check it out here.

MASHPEE – From Mashpee PoliceThe Mashpee Police Department, Mashpee Fire Department and our entire nation took the time this morning to reflect on the events of September 11, 2001.

At a small gathering outside of the police headquarters, reflections and inspirations were shared. Captain Rose spoke on behalf of the Police Department, while Chief Rullo represented the Fire Department. We would like to thank Town Selectman Thomas O’Hara for speaking as well.

An additional thank you to those town employees and citizens who took the time to share this somber moment with us.

“We must never forget…”

Mashpee Police/CWN


BOURNE
– From Bourne Fire: Fire Department Pastor Glenn Stone (above) conducted a memorial service today in memory of those who died, the emergency services personnel who responded to the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001 and those who currently serve to protect our country today.

Photos by Bourne Firefighters/CWN



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