Twin Towers Remnants for Display in Colorado

Peter Kudla, SPC Kevin Mazzola and Staff Sgt. Kyle Harden prepare remnants from the World Trade Center that will be on display here in Colorado. This is the first of six trucks delivering wreckage to Denver that will be used to create a 9-11 memorial downtown. This particular wreckage consists of turbines from the elevators and foundation girders, and exterior pieces used in the Twin Towers. The Denver area is among the locations with the largest memorials in the country, along with the Pentagon, New York City, and Pennsylvania. Fifteen Colorado communities will eventually receive pieces of the WTC including Aurora, Brighton, Colorado Springs, Frisco, Grand Junction and Louisville, according to The Denver Post. For more information on the display, go to

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