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PHOTOS: Massachusetts remembers 9/11 victims on 15th anniversary of attacks

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    Mikaila, Dianne, Haylee, and Nicholas Walsh all from Westford came to remember their |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Charlie Coombs came from the Cape to remember his son Jeff who was on Flight 11.

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    Charlie Basket hugs Claudia Jacobs who lost her brother, Ariel Jacobs, in the 9/11 a|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Mayor Marty Walsh stands with Robert, Michelle, and Theresa Mathai, relatives of 9/11|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Boston Fire Department Captain James Hoar sings "Good Bless America" with the BFD A C|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Relatives and friends came together at the Boston Public Garden's 9/11 memorial to re|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    People laid flowers next to names of the victims of the attacks on the 9/11 Memorial.|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    A video was shown memorializing the victims of the 9/11 attacks who were from Massach|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Oladumni and Olayeni Oladipo sang "I Have Been Changed For Good" by Stephen Schwartz |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Anna Sweeney speaks at the Mass. State House on Sunday before presenting the Madeline|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Chazzan David Hastings, of Havurat Shalom, encouraged people at the Mass. State House|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

Sunday marked 15 years since the 9/11 attacks in which two planes that left Boston Logan Airport crashed into New York's World Trade Centers. At the Boston Public Garden's 9/11 memorial and in the Massachusetts State House, people gathered to remember those they lost.


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