CLEVELAND - Turner Construction called a temporary halt to all operations at the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center job site on Friday morning.
With the blowing of an air horn, 200 construction workers paused for two minutes to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and to remember those who died as well as those who still fight for our freedom.
The workers, some holding flags, stood in quiet remembrance to the tragic memory of a decade ago.
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