Greenville Kentucky First Responders Honor Fallen Americans with a 911 Flag Project

Almost 3,000 flags will be set up at the Summer House honoring the lives lost 20-years ago this weekend.

Posted: Sep 7, 2021 9:18 AM
Updated: Sep 7, 2021 9:44 AM

The City of Greenville plans to honor those lost in the 911 attacks with a new flag project this year.

Nearly 3,000 flags have been set up at Summer House to honor those who were killed 20-years ago this weekend.

City officials along with the fire crews, first responders, and other organizations gathered to set up the flags throughout the weekend.

The 20th anniversary of the attacks is happening this Saturday.

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