Tuckerman holds 9/11, Afghanistan bombing memorial

  • Source: KAIT-TV ABC/NBC/CW+ 8 Jonesboro
  • Published: 09/13/2021 10:12 AM

In Tuckerman, community members decorated its Armed Services Memorial Park with a pair of fire trucks, behind an American-themed wreath and a fire suit, to remember the firefighters that gave their lives during the September 11th attacks. The park has been open since 2007 and is used for memorials throughout the year. Tommy Young, the president of the Trail to Tuckerman Historical Society, stresses the importance of remembering those who gave their lives in the 9/11 attacks. “We feel like it’s very important to us to continue to remember those people as well as those in the armed services, not only for those in 9/11 but for everything that’s happened in this country throughout time,” Young said. The Memorial Park also featured a memorial to the 13 American soldiers killed in the Afghanistan bombing just a few weeks ago, with pictures and information of each soldier who died that day.



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