A second piece of history, and tragedy, will stand at a city park for people to view, touch and remember.
The city is set to receive a 35-pound piece of steel that’s part of the World Trade Center, the twin-tower complex in New York that was destroyed by hijacked commercial airplanes in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack.
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