By Jim Melwert
MORRISVILLE, Pa. (CBS) – By the fountains at the Garden of Reflection in Bucks County designed to represent the Twin Towers, ceremonies began at 8:30 a.m. remembering the Bucks County residents who were killed in the September 11th attacks.READ MORE: Philadelphia-Area Clinics Temporarily Close, Pivot After FDA, CDC Recommend Pausing Use Of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 Vaccine
Grace Godshalk’s son, Bill, was one of those people. She tells KYW Newsradio 13-years-later, it’s important to remember what happened that day:
“And now, with the present time of what’s going on, we have to hope and pray something like this does not happen again.”READ MORE: Lateshia Hill's Family Vows Justice Will Be Served After Deadly Triple Shooting In Wilmington
She says it means a lot to families that so many people come out to these memorials.
The tolling of a bell marks when each plane crashed, and there will also be speeches from family members and clergy.Duante Wright Shooting: Dozens March In Philadelphia In Protest Of Fatal Police Shooting
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