World Trade Center steel arrives at Gloucester County College for memorial

    Gloucester County College students will soon have a new feature on their campus.

    The school received a two-foot section of steel from the World Trade Center that will become part of a September 11th memorial.

    College president Fred Keating told CBS 3 that the 9/11 steel will serve as a lasting source of inspiration for the county police and fire academy recruits who train at the college.

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