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Patrina Adger Apr 19
Today marks the 24th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people and injured hundreds more. We remember the men, women and children who lost their lives and those whose lives were changed forever!
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WJC Apr 19
76 years ago, the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto organized the largest Jewish armed resistance against the Nazis. It was April 19th, the first night ofPesach. As the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was unfolding, Jews gathered for a Seder. For most of them, it would be their last.
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Jim Inhofe Apr 19
Today the victims, their families and loved ones as well as extend thanks to our first responders who were forever changed on April 19, 1995. Let us all take a moment to extend the Oklahoma Standard in their honor.
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Sen. James Lankford Apr 19
Today, just 24 years ago, our state & nation lost 168 lives in a terrible domestic terrorist attack. We will never forget the lives lost, but today we stand by the survivor tree, which continues to thrive today & we remind the nation of our
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Kelli Masters Mgmt Apr 19
April 19 will always be significant to those of us who love Oklahoma City....the day evil tried to destroy our city, but we responded by loving, giving and serving. Just like we always do.
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Eddie Radosevich Apr 19
I was in Ms. McCuin's 2nd grade classroom 24 years ago today. Always proud to be an Oklahoman but April 19 feels different each year and we'll never forget.
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NewsOK Apr 19
Today, we honor the 168 lives lost, the countless families affected and the dedicated first responders and other emergency officials whose lives were changed forever 24 years ago.
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TulsaHurricane Apr 19
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Governor Kevin Stitt Apr 19
It is a humbling moment to be here for this important ceremony as . Like you, I remember where I was on this day in 1995. I was college student at Oklahoma State University, and I was sitting in a friendโ€™s apartment having a coffee.
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๐šŠ๐š–๐šข Apr 19
The desensitized nature of this generation is astounding to me. This picture still shakes me to the core 24 years later. I still get emotional thinking about this day. They couldnโ€™t even watch a video for me. I will never forget. 4-19-95 ๐Ÿ’™
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KFOR Apr 19
168 lives were lost when a bomb went off outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Today, we remember "those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever."
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art 1h
I look at this day as not only a day dedicated to mourning, truth, and justice, but also as a day of pride and celebration. Turks legit tried to wipe us from history, but here we are 104 years later, thriving and fighting in all parts of the world. ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ฒ
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Tammie Fields Apr 19
April 19, 1995 was a beautiful sunny morning. I was working at covering the assignment desk as part of my A.P. duties during the morning editorial meeting. At 9:03 a.m. time stopped. I can't believe it's been 24 years since the tragedy
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OU Admissions Apr 19
On this day, the 168 lives lost in Oklahoma City.
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OKC Memorial Apr 18
Tomorrow, we will be posting a timeline of events from April 19, 1995, live on our Twitter feed as they happened 24 years ago. We encourage you to follow along and reply with your memories of the day using the hashtag
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Jason Hackett Apr 19
โ€œThe spirit of this city and this nation will not be defeated; our deeply rooted faith sustains usโ€ฆ"
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Cam Woods Apr 16
Take the time to be a Hokie today. Appreciate life a little more, take in every moment around you, count your blessings, tell the people around you that you love them, remember whatโ€™s truly important in life. And live for those 32 that do not have that chance anymore.
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John Angier Apr 19
Today is April 19, We remember those who were killed 24 years ago , those who survived and those changed forever by the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
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Emily Sutton Apr 19
Today the 168 lives lost in the deadliest domestic terrorist attack in United States history, the . Watch starting at 9AM for live coverage of the 24th Annual Remembrance Ceremony.
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William Seely Apr 19
Today, we pause to remember Marines Sergeant Benjamin Davis and Captain Randolph Guzman who died in the Oklahoma City Bombing at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. ๐ŸŽ—
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