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    Sittard Fire department from The Netherlands Europe

    Responding

    2646 Pumper
    2647 Pumper
    2651 Ladder
    2676 Rescue
    2685 Scuba Support

    Stay low and Safe
    Hans Nieling
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    Samoa Peninsula Fire District Volunteer Fire Department
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    Fairhaven Station:
    Engine 61
    Engine 63

    Samoa Station:
    Engine 62
    Squad 67

    Chief Thompson
    Capt. Madger
    Capt. Marquart
    Lt. Davis
    Firefighters Winkley, Dodds, Forhan, Masterson, Fuller, Higgins et ux.
    Althea Forhan
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    Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department, responding

    E1
    E3
    E21
    Tanker 1
    R1

    standing by.

    P16, K5

    always...

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    Dispatch, Kingsbury is 10-8 with;

    E840 w/5
    E841 w/3
    T850 w/2
    T851 w/2
    Squad 860 w/2
    Rescue 861 w/4
    Brush 870 w/2
    Ladder890 w/5
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    Thumbs up We're in....

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    Station 4, Accomack County VA

    All units responding...Request assignment.

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    Cologne Vol. Fire Dept.
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    Mays Landing, NJ

    Engines
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    all units on the air and responding.

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    Jefferson Fire,OR, Engine 63/Rescue 63 standing tall.
    "The more we sweat in training, the less we bleed in battle."

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    Shelby Fire Dept. Sta.2
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    Engine 23
    Engine 26
    Tower 30
    Medic 22


    "Remembering our Brothers"

    God bless all of you!
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    God Bless All.

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    The Officers and Members of the Lauderdale by the Sea Fire Departent

    Engine Company 12
    Squirt 12

    The Sign over the pearly gates now reads
    "Protected by F.D.N.Y"

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    Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services
    Education and Development Division - Fire College
    3608 Braselton Hwy
    Dacula, Ga. 30019
    14 Staff Members

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    Cape St. Claire VFC
    Anne Arundel County, MD
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    BP Fire Department
    Texas City, Texas

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    Marlborough Fire, Marlborough Massachusetts

    Headquarters
    Engine 1
    Ladder 2
    Rescue 1
    Car 1 (Chief of Department)
    Car 2 (Deputy Chief)
    Car 3
    Car 6 (arson unit)

    Station 2
    Engine 2
    Car 5
    Engine 4 (reserve)

    Station 3
    Engine 3
    Ladder 1
    Car 4
    Car 7 (brush unit)
    Engine 5 (reserve)

    Awaiting orders...

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    Pine Level Fire Dept, Prattville, Alabama

    Engine 701
    Engine 703
    Rescue 702
    Car 712
    Support 713
    Brush 770
    Tanker 780
    Tanker 781
    Tanker 782


    Awaiting Assignment...

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    Carroll County Station 13
    Gamber and Community Fire Company

    Engine 131
    Engine 134
    Engine/Tanker 133 temp OOS (new one on order)
    Brush 135
    Brush 136
    Boat 13
    Boat 13-1
    Special Unit 13
    Utility 13
    Medic 139
    LS-13

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    09/11/01 Always in our hearts. We will never forget.
    "The above statement is my opinion and not that of my station."

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    Default FROM THE VICTORIA TIMES COLUMNIST PAPER

    9/11: One year later, Victoria remembers
    On the anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, Canadians joined Americans and others around the world in remembering the victims of the tragedy.

    24 Canadians were among the 3,000 people who perished in the terrorist attacks in the U.S. that dreadful day one year ago.

    Today, Canadians in ways simple and heartfelt, are remembering those who lost their lives. Many people will never forget where they were and what they were doing a year ago when they first heard about the attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York City.

    This September 11th was sunny and warm, oddly similar to this day last year in New York. In 2001, the horror began to unfold within hours of the sunrise. This year, the sunshine is a sad contrast to the pain many people feel today as they remember the events of 9/11.

    Vancouver Island may be thousands of kilometres away from Ground Zero, but 9/11 is still very much on our minds. Here too, the sunshine belies the sadness many people feel on this day.

    Dozens of memorial services were held across the Island. Other residents found their own ways to express their feelings about the tragedy. Here are just some of the ways Victoria residents remembered September 11th.

    Remembering the victims and learning from the past. At the Princess Mary restaurant, Victoria residents honoured the victims of last year's terrorist attacks over the noon hour. Organizers of the event wanted not just to remember the innocent victims but also learn from the horrific event.

    Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce CEO Laurene Clark welcomed the crowd, and then turned the podium over to a chorus who sang, "We Will Rise Again."

    Guest of honour Solicitor General Rich Coleman was also there with a message from the province. Vancouver Island Health Authority CEO Rick Roger also spoke from the podium.

    But the speeches with the most impact were from those who went to Ground Zero in the days following September 11th.
    Langford fire chief Bob Beckett personally went to New York to thank the heroic firefighters there for their efforts. And Mike Heppell, former Victoria fire chief and current international disaster relief expert for the Red Cross, was also called to New York to help in the days that followed the unthinkable tragedy.

    Representatives from the RCMP and B.C. Ambulance were also in attendance.

    Firefighters remember. In Comox, memebers of the fire department at CFB Comox held a memorial service this morning. A moment of silence commemorated the fall of each the World Trade Centre towers.
    The base padre read the firefightersí prayer remembering those who gave their lives in New York.

    A young airman told the story of how he hitchhiked to New York City to help in the World Trade Centre rescue effort.

    The Victoria fire department also held a brief but solemn ceremony to mark the day. Past and present firefighters gathered at the #1 hall to remember the 347 firefighters killed in the terrorist attack.
    The old telegraph dispatch signaling the death of a firefighter symbolically rang out this morning as around 100 Victoria Firefighters gathered to remember their fallen comrades.

    The main fire hall's flag was lowered to half staff as the last post was played. One of the department's most senior members talked about the sacrifice firefighters made on September 11th, through the eyes of someone fleeing one of the collapsing World Trade Centre towers.

    Tree planted, plaque unveiled. There was a tree-planting ceremony and commemorative plaque unveiling at Beacon Hill park on September 11th.
    Municipal representatives from Victoria were joined by firefighters and police officers, along with CUPE members, provincial representatives, members of the armed forces and the public

    There were similar ceremonies across Vancouver Island that morning to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks.

    There were ceremonies of remembrance in Oak Bay, Esquimalt, View Royal and Saanich. At each location, there is a tree and a plaque donated by the Canadian Union of Public Employees. They are permanent reminders of the rescue workers and volunteers and their valiant efforts to save others one year ago.

    Navy sailors of HMCS ALGONQUIN say 9/11 changed their lives in a very personal way Esquimalt-based sailors returned from OPERATION APOLLO over the weekend. While they're on the Island, they plan to spend time with family and friends after spending six months with the Canadian task group in the Gulf of Oman.

    There were dozens of joyful reunions at the Victoria airport on Sunday. Friends and family of the sailors hadn't seen their loved ones in months because the sailors were a part of the largest mobilization of Canadian troops since the Korean war.

    The rest of the crew on HMCS ALGONQUIN is returning in October.
    For the crew and their families, 9/11 changed their lives in a very personal way. The War on Terrorism has hit hard the families of the Esquimalt sailors. Though they say they try not to dwell on the negative, in the midst of the happy reunions, the one-year anniversary of 9/11 was on their minds.

    © Copyright 2002 CH TV


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    Default East Cypress Fire Dept

    East Cypress Fire Department
    Faulkner County, Arkansas

    Dispatch all units responding..

    Engines 1&3
    Tankers 1&2
    Rescue 1
    20 personnel

    On scene...awaiting assignment

    God Bless America and all that protect her!

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    11,000 New Zealand Fire Service Brothers and Sisters responding.

    All Brigade flags at half mast.

    All vehicles to display dipped headlights during daytime.

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