9/11 'Mobile Museum' visits Warwick

The tribute to the lives lost that day is open to kids and the public at Warwick Valley High School on Sandfordville Road.

The tribute to the lives lost that day is open to kids and the public at Warwick Valley High School on Sandfordville Road. (9/29/16)

WARWICK - A special 9/11 “Mobile Museum” is in Warwick this week.

The tribute to the lives lost that day is open to kids and the public at Warwick Valley High School on Sandfordville Road.

The mobile museum has ground zero artifacts and victims' personal stories. It's part of a 9/11 memorial fund and goes to high schools all around the country. "We lost 23 New York City police officers, 37 Port Authority, 343 firemen. It keeps their memories alive. I think it's great for people to understand what happened and also when you see the building for the brave - it shows when something bad happens, good things come," says retired FDNY Battalion Chief John F. Brukner.

The museum's co-sponsor also funds "Building for the Brave." They give wounded war veterans customized homes tailored to their injuries.

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