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9/11 Fire Truck to be on Display in St. Pete

The truck, which was restored by Remembrance Rescue Project, will be on display today and tomorrow at St. Petersburg Fire Station #6, 4825 9th Ave. N.

On Sept. 11, 2001, Rescue 5 was a fire truck stationed on Staten Island that responded to the attacks at the World Trade Center. Ten of the truck's 11 crew members died that day. 

As part of a Remembrance Project, Hillsborough County Firefighters Benevolent Association has given St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue the opportunity to display "FDNY Re5cue."

The truck, which was restored by Remembrance Rescue Project, will be on display today and tomorrow at St. Petersburg Fire Station #6, 4825 9th Ave. N. 

It will be one diplsay from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. - noon on Tuesday. The public is invited to come see the truck for free. 

Michael A, Esposito March 21, 2013 at 06:17 PM
I would love if someone could inform me as to what the schedule for the stations rescue 5 will be visiting, We lost our son Francis,Esposito,and our nephew Michael Esposito, both firemen. My other nephew Joseph Esposito is currently assigned to rescue 5 on Staten Island . Thank you so much . Mr. Mrs Michael Esposito Royal Palm Beach,Tel. 561-791-0217. e-mail Marauder98e@tds.net

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