Photos: How an OC Firefighter Honors Those Who Died in the Sept. 11 Terror Attacks

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Students from Orangethorpe Elementary School visit a Sept. 11 memorial created by firefighter Scott Townley, of Fullerton.
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Two visitors share a moment at a Sept. 11 tribute outside the home of firefighter Scott Townley.
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Photos of those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are part of firefighter Scott Townley's touching tribute in Fullerton.
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Crosses in the yard of an Orange County firefighter represent some of those killed in the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
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This flag is part of firefighter Scott Townley's Sept. 11 tribute in Fullerton.
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Each flag in firefighter Scott Townley's Sept. 11 tribute represents a life lost.
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The flags in firefighter Scott Townley's Sept. 11 tribute include names of those who died in the terrorist attacks.
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Photo walls at the home of firefighter Scott Townley include pictures of those who died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
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Crosses representing those killed in the Sept. 11 terror attacks are pictured outside the home of firefighter Scott Townley.
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Scott Townley stands in front of a display of Sept. 11 victim photos at his Fullerton home.
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