Johnston Fire Department honors those who fell on 9/11

Johnston Fire Department honors those who fell on 9/11

Two days ago, the Johnston Fire Department moved one of their fire trucks outside their building and decorated it with flags and their equipment for remembering those who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The truck that was parked in front of the station was covered in patriotic attire. The truck had its ladder extended with a large American flag hanging off it, and had a special, smaller flag hanging from the front of the truck that had all the names of the people that died on Sept. 11. The firemen also had some of their gear set up for display next to the special flag on the front of the truck.

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