Bronx 9/11 victims remembered at Jacobi Medical Center

Residents gathered around two plaques etched with 156 names of those who lived or worked in the Bronx that died on 9/11.

Residents gathered around two plaques etched with 156 names of those who lived or worked in the Bronx that died on 9/11. (9/11/13)

THE BRONX - Friends and family gathered today at the Jacobi Medical Center to remember those who lost their lives 12 years ago on 9/11.

Mourners congregated around two plaques with 156 names of the people that lived and worked in the Bronx that died during the attacks.

Many present said time has not made the experience any less painful. The crowd paid tribute with flowers, candles and poetry dedicated to lost loved ones.

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