WTC Artifact Becomes Permanent Riverdale Memorial

Congressman Engel (l); Assemblyman Dinowitz (2nd from l); Councilman Cohen (3rd from r); Deputy Inspector O’Toole (2nd from r) and Daniel Reingold, RiverSpring Health CEO (r) with 50th Precinct officers at the 9/11 memorial.
Photo courtesy of Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz’s Office

In honor of the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, Councilman Andrew Cohen, Congressman Eliot Engel, Deputy Inspector Terrence O’Toole, 50th Precinct commanding officer, 50th Precinct officers and RiverSpring Health participated in a dedication ceremony on Sunday, September 11 where an artifact from the World Trade Center became a permanent memorial at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale.

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