A Torn 9/11 Flag is Repaired, One Loving Stitch at a Time

There’s nothing I can add to this – nor do I need to!

By Kathleen Foster,  July 04, 2011

In the days after the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, an American flag appeared on the side of a construction site overlooking Ground Zero in downtown Manhattan.  A construction crew hung the 30-foot flag on 90 West Street as a symbol of hope for volunteers searching for survivors in the wreckage of the World Trade Center.  Continue reading on foxnews.com.

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