Baltimore - Among the 3,000 lives lost that day, 68 were Marylanders which made Maryland the 6th most impacted state in the nation.
Hundreds showed up downtown at the World Trade Center in Baltimore to pay tribute to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
Today is one of those days where all the memories come flowing back so it’s very difficult. It’s very emotional but it’s very lovely to have our loved ones remembered in so many places all day today.
Our Senior Senator Barbara Mikulski was D.C. at the time the Pentagon was struck. She talked with family members to let them know we as Marylanders do care.
We listen to the families the loss their grief. They’ll never, even though they’ve gotten on with their lives they will always have the permanent impact on their hearts of that day.
As members of the armed forces unveiled some of the artifacts that will be on display forever.
I am extremely humbled as the Mayor of this great city to welcome this series of memorials on this day where I think each and every one of our lives changed forever.
A great president once said asked not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. 10 years later we all need to step up, pay homage to those who made the ultimate sacrifice and remember we can make a difference.
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