Southwest Ambulance employees based in Sun City, from left to right, Curt Cavett, Raymond Jojola, Matt Swan and Chris Womack will wear special T-shirts commemorating 9/11 during their shifts in the next few days.

Dave Martinez/Daily News-Sun

Ten years after Sept. 11, Southwest Ambulance continues to remember the events that changed our country, and that took the lives of so many, including those of first responder brothers and sisters.

In their memory, Southwest Ambulance and Rural/Metro will read a special tribute over its radio systems on Sept. 11.

Southwest Ambulance has also purchased commemorative shirts, and is allowing its employees to wear them in place of their normal uniforms from Sept. 8-13.

Script to be read over the ambulance dispatch communications system on Sept. 11:

Read at 8:45 a.m.: On this 10th anniversary of 9/11, Southwest Ambulance and Rural/Metro remember the lives of those lost-- including the lives and heroic actions of our fellow first responders -- by acknowledging each of the four attacks over the radio at the proper time this morning.

Read at 8:46 a.m.: North Tower, World Trade Center

Read at 9:03 a.m.: South Tower, World Trade Center

Read at 9:45 a.m.: Pentagon

Read at 10:10 a.m.: United Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

We have not, and will not forget. God Bless America.



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