Prince William visits fire station near 9/11 memorial
Britain's Prince William on Tuesday (September 19) visited a fire station near New York's 9/11 memorial. The British crown prince, who is in New York for a two-day visit, met with firemen and first responders at FDNY's Ten House Fire Station to hear about their experiences.
Prince William Greets New Yorkers at Fire Station Near Ground Zero
Prince William Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Prince William spent his second day in New York City at the Ten House fire station. Located just a two-minute walk away from where the World Trade Center once stood, the fire station played a critical role in responding to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. Multiple station members died as a result of the tragedy, which severely damaged the building itself. The station has since been restored. Upo…
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