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Eyewitness to 9/11 puts on NYPD gear for city’s ceremony

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Honolulu police officers paid respect to the flag held by Honolulu resident Virginia Lee Costa at the annual Mayor’s Remembrance Walk to pay tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks Sunday at HPD’s headquarters in Honolulu.
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2001 terrorist attacks on Sunday
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walked with a procession of first responders and their families and friends along Queen Street.
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Retired United Airlines flight attendant Dawn
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Former NYPD officer and current HPD officer Karl Steininger, right, walked with a procession of first responders and their families and friends along Queen Street.
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Retired United Airlines flight attendant Dawn Snyder-Seelig, right, and mother Marge Snyder lis- tened to a tribute to the victims.
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Honolulu firefighters remove their covers in tribute during the annual Mayor’s Remembrance Walk to pay tribute to the victims of the September 11
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Above, a bell was rung at HFD headquarters in honor of the 17 Honolulu fire- fighters who have died in the line of duty.