RIVERSIDE, Calif. --
Riverside paid a special tribute to firefighters, those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks and their Riverside colleagues who rushed to New York to help.Riverside city officials rededicated a sculpture by renowned artist James Rosati. Another sculpture by the artist was destroyed at the World Trade Center in the attacks.
"It stands in lasting tribute to their valor and this community's commitment to preserving freedom, both here and abroad," said Riverside Mayor Ron Loveridge.
"The Tripod" was once outside Riverside City Hall. It now stands in front of Fire Station 5.
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