Tunnel to Towers Climb returns to New York City’s Oneworld Observatory

Lower Manhattan, New York (WABC)-A popular event returns to the One World Trade Center on Sunday for the first time in two years.

The tunnel to Towers Climb began early in the morning.

Throughout the event, all FDNY and NYPD members crossed the finish line. The first few runners were supposed to climb in about 20 minutes.

Participants challenged to climb 104 flights or 2,226 stairs to reach the top of the building.

It is a symbol of strength and resilience.

The tunnel to the Towers Foundation is dedicated to FDNY firefighter Stephen Schiller, who died on September 11 in an attempt to save others.

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The Foundation has influenced many people from all over the world, with many climbers coming from all over the world and some to Asia.

“The One World Trade Center is such an iconic building and we thank all the heroes in the 9/11 incident,” said climber Waitinso.

The Foundation also provides mortgage-free homes for first responders, veterans, and families of fallen first responders.

For Rob Jones, crossing the finish line meant victory.

He was two amputees from Virginia, who belonged to the army and protected the country.

“With gratitude. Many heroic people who are willing to endanger their lives in 9/11 have come here to save as many people as possible, and there are millions of such people. “I’m continuing,” Jones said.

The honorary starter for mountaineering was the wife of an FDNY firefighter who lost the fight against a 9/11 related illness.

“I am very proud to be a member of this foundation. The work done by Tunnelsto Towers is noteworthy. They are the first responders nationwide, not just in New York City for 9/11. “We’re working with the military to expand into housing for homeless veterans, and the impact they’ve had in 20 years is amazing,” said honorary starter Erica Elkers. ..

As the climbers crossed the finish line, they all received medals, cheers, and the peace of mind that they were not alone on this trip.

“It’s not easy to lose someone on duty,” said mountaineer Sadia Baxter. “But knowing that you are not alone makes a lot of sense to me.”

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