August 5th, 2013
When a crisis hits a community, the American Red Cross is usually not far behind; these helpful folks can make surviving a crisis more bearable, and they can bring comfort to those displaced by disaster; keep reading to learn more about how the Red Cross could help your family in a crisis situation.
1. Shelter: When disaster strikes, the Red Cross has been known to provide shelter. Whether they are working to house people in a local gymnasium, or providing motel vouchers, the Red Cross will strive to keep a roof over your head.
2. Food: Read more…
May 31st, 2013
On September 11, 2001, the country and the world as we know it was forever changed. Emergency responders in the form of police officers, firefighters, and EMTs rushed to the scene of the terrorist attacks as soon as they occurred, and even civilians off the streets were risking their own lives to save others. While the events of this day were certainly tragic, they also brought out the true American spirit in many people. In fact, patriotism for the Read more…
March 25th, 2013
The risks that emergency service personal and first responders face when on the job can be considerable, with countless fire fighters and law enforcement professionals being injured and even killed in the line of duty each year. Paying tribute to these fallen heroes and ensuring that their family and loved ones are looked after is not a concern that should be taken lightly. Learning more about the past efforts to honor police, fire fighters and emergency service personal that have fallen in the Read more…
July 14th, 2012
Everyone can remember the fall day of September 11th 2001. Although a beautiful day weather-wise with a cloudless blue sky and pleasant temperatures, it is day that forever will be remembered for its’ tragedy.
President Bush while visiting an elementary school was informed of the atrocities that were unfolding in New York City. The look the passed over his face was a look of sure panic and even rage as he must have thought “how could Read more…
July 10th, 2012
Every American remembers what they were doing and where they were at the time of the terrorist attacks on the day of September 11th 2001. There was a collective feeling of disbelief that a tragedy so horrible could take place on American soil.
Set against the backdrop of a cloudless blue sky Americans across the nation watched live as the towers fell. With smoke and debris coating people as they ran for their lives it was a day that no one in America will ever forget.
As word came of Read more…
July 6th, 2012
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 changed not only New York City, but the lives of American’s everywhere. From school age children up to senior citizens, that day affected lives in a profound way.
9/11 brought forth thoughts of terrorism that never crossed the minds of most people who live in the United States. We were presented with events that seemed unimaginable. While most of us sat in our homes, businesses, or schools and watched the events of the Read more…
July 5th, 2012
Anyone who resided in the United States during that fateful day, 9/11, remembers where they were at the moment they heard the devastating news. Almost immediately, emergency response teams clamored from around the country to assist in the search for survivors. Many perished, including some from Indianapolis. The sadness and anger raged in us, and still does to this day, and we will never forget our heroic neighbors who gave their lives trying to save others.
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July 2nd, 2012
The tragedy of the September 11th attacks will live on forever in the hearts and minds of those people who awakened that morning to the news of the Twin Towers being attacked. While this was not the only tragedy on that morning, the largest loss of life and property was indeed in this spot. The news kept updates every hour of what was going on, but it did not cover the massive amount of sadness that was about to sweep across the entire country. While many people needlessly lost their lives that day as well as many rescue workers and police officers, homesecuritytown.com, the power that this terrible moment gave to the United States of America led the country to become stronger and more united than ever.
Although many monuments and items of love and remembrance were put around the site of the 9/11 attacks, the thing that shines most in the eyes and skies of the area where the towers fell are the beautiful lights of hope. These towering lights can be seen from space, from the surrounding area, and far from the point of the attack where the Twin Towers fell. Never will those people who perished that day be forgotten.