GOOD VIBES - Man Walks Over 500 Miles To Honor Brother, Victims Of 9/11


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In honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11, Frank Siller just finished a 500-mile journey. His younger brother, Stephen, was a firefighter who died trying to save others on September 11th, 2001 and Frank previously founded the Tunnel to Towers Foundation to honor his sacrifice.

But this year, to commemorate the 20th anniversary, Frank wanted to do more. He embarked on the “Never Forget Walk,” a 500-mile trek that began at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., continued to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and ended in New York City. He made his way across six states, wrapping up the 42-day journey on September 11th.

“It’s gonna be very difficult,” Frank says of ending the walk in New York City. “But nonetheless, I’m trying to do something to honor my brother. And this is what I thought I could do. And I’m glad I did it.”


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