Governor Fallin asks Oklahomans to remember victims of 9/11
Governor Mary Fallin
Oklahoma City -
Governor Mary Fallin is asking Oklahomans to stop and remember victims of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center towers.
"Eleven years ago today, our nation mourned as thousands of lives were lost in the 9/11 attacks," Fallin said. "Today, let us pause to remember the innocent victims who were killed in the attacks, as well as their family and friends."
Fallin also reiterated the importance in honoring the thousands of firefighters, police officers and first responders who arrived at the towers after the attacks to help those affected.
She also said that while the U.S. hasn't seen an attack similar to the one in New York City, she said that the country needs to remain vigilant against those that support tyranny over liberty and want to harm the U.S.
"We appreciate the men and women of our Armed Forces for their service and sacrifice in the effort to keep us safe from our enemies," Fallin said.
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