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An Albany electrical company pays tribute to those lost on 9/11.

Metro Power Albany Electric employees gathered today to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks.

Each year, they get a new American Flag.

This year, Lee County Junior ROTC members raised the new flag.

"Each one of us ought to be vigilant about the freedoms that we have and that others are fighting for us to keep. So we all aught to show that we care and that we are thankful for what they do," says Ronnie Hinson, Metro Power Albany electric CEO.

Hinson says it's important that America never forgets the sacrifices made on 9/11.

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