9/11 and Rescue Workers Memorial.

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Spokane, Washington

Artists Hazen Audel and Robert Sevilla Naudon sculpted a large, stainless steel, flapping American flag on a deformed concrete flagpole, and superimposed blackened steel EMTs and firefighters. Unveiled in 2007, it's Spokane's tribute to the rescue workers of 9/11.

The memorial sits next to the driveway for firetrucks, which needs to be kept clear for emergency vehicle access, so don't park there.

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Address:
120 E. Lincoln Rd., Spokane, WA
Directions:
Fire Station #18, north Spokane, east of US Hwy 395/2 on E. Lincoln Rd.
Hours:
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