Residents mourn victims of 9/11 at Park Slope funeral home

As Manhattan's commemoration ceremony at Ground Zero winded down yesterday, some Park Slope residents gathered at the Joseph G. Duffy funeral home to mourn the

PARK SLOPE - As Manhattan's commemoration ceremony at Ground Zero winded down yesterday, some Park Slope residents gathered at the Joseph G. Duffy funeral home to mourn the lives lost during the terror attacks.

Residents say it was comforting to have a place to go to reflect on the day that changed so many lives.

The funeral home says it provided services for a few people in the area who lost family members in the attacks 10 years ago and that was a major reason why they felt it was important to provide the community with a place to remember those who died.

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