Commack memorial service honors 9/11 attack victims, Ground Zero first responders

The event has been held annually since the attacks.

The event has been held annually since the attacks. (9/11/13)

COMMACK - Long Islanders reflected on the anniversary on the Sept. 11 attacks at a memorial service in Commack.

The ceremony paid tribute to the six Commack residents who died at the World Trade Center, in addition to the first responders who spent months at Ground Zero searching for victims and clearing debris.

Speakers mentioned the importance of moving on all while continuing to remember those who lost their lives.

Organizers say the event is a tradition that will always signify the community's support for the fallen.

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