Los Angeles, California: World Trade Center Firefighters Memorial
A 22-ft tall rusty steel column resembling a tall letter W was in the lobby of the south tower of NYCs World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. It's now part of a memorial remembering the 343 firefighters who died in the towers.
Los Angeles Fire Department
- 1700 Stadium Way, Los Angeles, CA
- Next to Dodgers Stadium. West of the 110 exit 24 west to Stadium Way, on the right, just inside the gates.
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A piece of the World Trade Center South Tower is at the Los Angeles Fire Department Frank Hotchkin Memorial Training Center near Dodger Stadium. It is a tribute to the 343 New York firefighters who perished on September 11, 2001. The vertical piece on display was a support between the lobby and 2nd floor of the South Tower and has remnants of concrete that supported the offices on the 2nd floor.
[Cheryl DeNoi, 09/02/2012]
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