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Candlelight vigil for 9/11 victims held in Scranton

There was a luminaria, with one candle to represent every ten victims killed in the attacks.

SCRANTON, Pa. — A vigil in memory of those we lost in the 9/11 terror attacks was held in Scranton.

The community came together at the Everhart Museum in Nay Aug Park for the somber ceremony.

The 9/11 Memorial Committee organized the vigil.

There was a luminaria, with one candle to represent every ten victims killed in the attacks.

According to the organizers, two Lackawanna County citizens died on September 11th.

A third later died from the effects of Ground Zero.