The Bay Area remembers 9/11, eleven years later, from the San Francisco Fire Department to the Flight 93 Memorial in Union City. Christie Smith reports.
On the 11th anniversary of Sept. 11, the nation mourned and remembered, including those in the Bay Area.
From the San Francisco firefighters who gathered early Tuesday morning to ring a bell three times, to the 3,000 glass panels in Napa to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks in 2001.
From the Flight 93 Memorial in Union City, where Carol O'Hare of Danville remembered her mother, Hilda Marcin, who was killed on that flight in Pennsylvania, to the multi-faith peace picnic hosted by American Muslim Voice Tuesday in San Jose.
"We are striving to create a culture of peace, acceptance, mutual respect and harmony," said American Muslim Voice founder Sameena Sundas.