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Firefighters Fly ‘Patriot Flag’ at Capitol

Today, members of Charleston’s Station No. 2 Fire Department pulled fire engines onto the State Capitol Complex grounds to lift an American flag honoring the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

The memorial Patriot Flag is being flown in all 50 states over a period of 50 weeks. There is also a replaced piece of the flag that spectators may sign that will hang in a museum at Ground Zero in New York City.

Lieutenants Marshall McDaniel and Erik Dailey from the Charleston Fire Department were on hand to represent the state firefighters.

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