North Bay Police and Fire honour those who died on 9/11

In attendance at Saturday’s memorial was Inspector Jeff Warner from the North Bay Police Service who went to the scene of 9/11 just a few months after the attacks. Sept.11/21 (Jaime McKee/CTV News Northern Ontario) In attendance at Saturday’s memorial was Inspector Jeff Warner from the North Bay Police Service who went to the scene of 9/11 just a few months after the attacks. Sept.11/21 (Jaime McKee/CTV News Northern Ontario)

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