Chicago Remembers September 11, 2001

Nineteen years ago today, we remember the 2,977 men, women, and children that died in terrorist attacks against our nation. Dedicated first responders and brave citizens put their lives on the line to save the thousands of others who were injured in the attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

This morning, Alderman Reilly joined the brave men and women of the Chicago Fire Department, Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and other City officials for a moment of silence. All U.S. flags will remain at half-staff in Chicago for Patriot Day, in remembrance of the lives we lost.

Source:  Alderman Reilly Reports 9/11/2020