Families, Responders Stitch 9/11 Flag

July 15, 2011 Updated: October 1, 2015

Family members of September 11th victims mend the National 9/11 flag, to commemorate the ten year anniversary of the terrorist attack. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Family members of September 11th victims mend the National 9/11 flag, to commemorate the ten year anniversary of the terrorist attack. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
MENDING: Politicians, First Responders, Victims Families Stitch National 9/11 Flag: Sept. 11 family members participate in a flag stitching event July 14 on Capitol Hill in Washington. Approximately 150 people including survivors, family members of victims, rescue and recovery workers, and politicians gathered to help repair the National 9/11 Flag damaged at the World Trade Center almost 10 years ago in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.