Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-06 01:52:23 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — The September 11th attack shook our country at its core almost 20 years ago.
In the week leading up to the anniversary, first responders throughout the Las Vegas Valley honor nearly 3,000 people who died in the attack.
“I was running with my dog in the park at 6am and asked if an older woman stopped me and heard about the bombing in New York. At that point I knew if things would go to Las Vegas. We didn’t, “said Tim Simansky, a spokeswoman for the Las Vegas Fire Rescue.
Las Vegas local Terry Lebera was there to witness all of it. In an interview with 13 Action News in 2019, Revalla shared that the pain he felt over time did not go away.
“I consider myself a survivor of the dual towers. The numbers aren’t that high. Most people didn’t succeed that day,” Revella said.
Leveler was working as captain of the New York State Environmental Police at the time of the 9/11 attack.
“That helpless feeling you get. I’m trained to help people. That’s what first responders do, and if they can’t, it’s like shutting down the whole body,” Revella said. States.
Syzmanski said that exceeding Call of Duty is everything for first responders, regardless of day or situation.
“We try to be safe, but the top priority of our minds is to save the lives of those people,” Syzmanski said.
“It can happen again, so I want as many people as possible to remember what happened that day,” Levela said.