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Massachusetts State Police escort steel from World Trade Center to new memorial

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“Members of the Massachusetts State Police helped escort a piece of steel from the World Trade Center from 9/11 to the Newburyport Fire Department, where it will become part of a memorial to those lost in the September 11, 2001 attacks.

MSP Troop A members took over the escort from New Hampshire State Police at the state line on Interstate 95. Troopers escorted the steel to the Fire Department along with two Newburyport Police Officers and three pieces of Newbury Fire Department apparatus.

Among those participating (seen in the group photo) were Troop A commander Major Matthew Gravini, State Police-Concord commander Lieutenant Joseph Receine, State Police-Newbury commander Lieutenant Anthony Vorias, and Trooper Stephen O’Connell from State Police-Newbury.

They were joined in the photo by NHSP Trooper Harrison Walters. We were honored to be part of the escort of the artifact to the place where it will become a permanent memorial.”-Massachusetts State Police.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.

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