On each anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, Americans gather at memorials and events across the country. They pause to remember the nearly 3,000 people who died in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania on that day. Besides the three memorials built at the sites where each attack took place, other U.S. cities and towns have created their own annual 9/11 events and constructed local memorials as reminders of the lives lost.
Here are some scenes from tributes in 2018:
脚色されたニュースが多い中、9.11は私たちが知っているアメリカの人々のペトリオットを感じ、相手を思いやる心を取り戻せる大切な日付になった 特に343人の消防士方々、ユナイテッド航空93便の方々の勇気に頭が下がります 私はアメリカの良心をいつまでも信じていたい