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Hurricane Doesn't Stop 9/11 Stair Climb in Daytona Beach
By SASHA STATON
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Posted on 10/14/2017
By Sasha Staton
Daytona Beach Firefighters ready to climb
Daytona Beach, FL - The annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb had to be postponed this year due to Hurricane Irma hitting the area on the day of the event, but that didn't stop Daytona Beach Firefighters from rescheduling to make sure the event still happened. On Oct. 14th, firefighters gathered at a high-rise condominium in Daytona Beach to remember the 343 First Responders that lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Many in full gear, firefighters and friends climbed 110 flights of stairs carrying poker chips with the faces of each hero that made the ultimate sacrifice that day.
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