9/11 Remembered

Also, Britney the golden retriever that helped with rescue and recovery efforts on 9/11, returns to Ground Zero on her 16th birthday.
1:34 | 09/12/15

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Finally tonight here, on this 9/11, we remember. Today, carrying the flag at ground zero. Unfurling the flag at the Pentagon. The bells in shanksville. The moment of silence at the white house. 14 years later, the new flight 93 national memorial rising high above that field in shanksville. Concrete walls soaring 40 feet high, one foot for each of the 40 who died there. This year, we showed you the new the new one world trade. Time capturing the moment they attached a camera to the spire and hoisted it up and watched as it soared upward. You can hear the workers, the cheers, the whistling. Reaching a symbolic 1,776 feet, the building now the tallest in the U.S. And tonight, the last surviving rescue dog to work on 9/11. Golden retriever Brittany among the dozens of dogs that worked at ground zero. With her owner, Denise Corliss from Texas. We were there to find survivors and when our task force arrived. I just couldn't believe the magnitude. Then I looked down to her, she seemed stoic and ready work. Ve rheumaid arthris... Dinary oects oft seemed. Intimiting. Doing sothing sile... Meanenduring lot of in. If Ra ishanging Ur view of Veda ethiny encia mahelp

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