America’s 911 Ride Passed Through Delaware Early Saturday

America’s 911 Ride passed through Delaware this morning on its way to Ground Zero in New York City.

The ride is organized by  America’s 911 Foundation which supports first responders, their families and the families of those that perished in the 9/11/01 attacks on our country.

Riders started out on Thursday in Shanksville, Pennsylvania at the Flight 93 memorial. From there they made their way to the Pentagon near Washington D.C. to honor those killed on 9-11-2001. Today the group is traveling from the Pentagon to “Ground Zero”, the site in New York City where terrorist murdered thousands of Americans almost 18-years-ago.

The ride is the Largest Police Escorted Motorcycle Ride off its kind.

You can donate to the organization here.

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