19 Sep Oklahoma firefighters climb 110 floors in honor of emergency responders killed on 9/11
A Tulsa firefighter affixed name tags representing two New York City firefighters to the underside of his helmet and climbed the height of the World Trade Center.
Those symbols, known as accountability tags, are normally given to the supervising fire chief and attached to the truck so firefighters know who is in a burning building. Instead, Tulsa Firefighter Jarred Henderson carried New York firefighters David Arce’s and John Tipping’s accountability tags on his helmet.
Henderson was one of about 130 emergency responders carrying tags with the names of New York firefighters killed on 9/11, climbing up 110 floors to commemorate the sacrifice made 17 years ago at the World Trade Center.