GREENVILLE (WKOW) -- There's a new symbol in Greenville, Wisconsin to remember lives lost and saved during the 9/11 attacks.
Two steel beams recovered from the World Trade Center wreckage were unveiled earlier today at Memorial Square, next to the town's public safety building. The patio in front is shaped like the Pentagon and the pond symbolizes the crash site in Pennsylvania.
The memorial was created by an architect at Fox Valley Tech, Jim Beard. It was constructed by students and community members. The memorial was funded by donations.
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