NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Hundreds took half within the Charleston Memorial Stair Climb on Saturday to honor first responders who have been killed on the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.
June 18 serves as a day to recollect the 412 misplaced on 9/11 together with our native first responders who died within the line of responsibility, with a particular tribute to the Charleston 9 misplaced within the Sofa Super Store hearth 15 years in the past.
Participants started climbing the steps within the North Charleston Coliseum at 8:46 a.m., the time that the primary tower was hit.
Climbers accomplished the equal of 110 flights of stairs, the variety of flights within the twin towers.
First responders who participated wore their emergency gear to honor their friends who died within the line of responsibility.
The Charleston Memorial Stair Climb honors the women and men who paid the final word sacrifice whereas elevating cash to donate to households of first responders and organizations that help them.
This was the second annual stair climb in Charleston.
A post-climb celebration came about following the memorial stair climb at Commonhouse Ale Works.