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Video by Spencer Lee
Firefighters, police and citizens spent Patriot Day reflecting on the 10th anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11.

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Local Firefighters and Police Dept. Remember Sept. 11 Attacks

Santa Monica police chief Tim Jackman (far right) and members of the Santa Monica Police Dept. gathered with the Santa Monica Fire Dept. at Fire Station One on Sunday morning for the 10th Anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11.
Photo by Spencer Lee
Santa Monica police chief Tim Jackman (far right) and members of the Santa Monica Police Dept. gathered with the Santa Monica Fire Dept. at Fire Station One on Sunday morning for the 10th Anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11.
The City of Los Angeles Fire Department came to Venice Beach to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11 with their annual handball tournament Saturday morning.
Photo by Spencer Lee
The City of Los Angeles Fire Department came to Venice Beach to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11 with their annual handball tournament Saturday morning.

Posted Sep. 12, 2011, 2:42 am

Spencer Lee / Videographer

The Los Angeles Fire Department and Santa Monica Fire and Police Departments took time over the weekend to remember the fallen victims of the attacks in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.

Ten years later, the phrase "We will never forget" remains.

On Saturday, firefighters from various stations in Los Angeles gathered for their annual Firemen's Handball Tournament, a tribute to the firemen lost in New York that day.

On Sunday, the fire stations of Santa Monica lowered their American flags to half-mast on the 10th anniversary.

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