'Never Forget,' crowd of 400 told at Vancouver Landing

By Dave Kern, Columbian assistant metro editor

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A crowd of more than 400 were asked Sunday morning to "never forget" during a 9/11 tenth anniversary ceremony at the Vancouver Landing on the Columbia River.

Veterans, firefighters, police officers and parents with children filled the amphitheater next to the Red Lion Hotel at the Quay.

Presenters included Vancouver Fire Chief Joseph Molina, Vancouver Police Chief Cliff Cook and Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt.

"The promise we made that day was to remember ... to never forget," Molina told the crowd.

More details to come later Sunday.