Remembering 9/11 16 years later

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) One man is traveling around the country, talking about how we should always remember what happened on this day 16 years ago. He joined us this morning on Good Morning Utah with Emily Clark. That man is Stan Ellsworth.

He’s as Red, White, and Blue as they come and his passion for history has taken him coast to coast and around the world on a Harley Davidson. Ellsworth believes the youth of our nation need to know how important 9/11 was for our country and emphasizes the importance of understanding our nations heritage.
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