Clark County hosted a “Never Forget 9/11” memorial event at the Clark County Government Center in downtown Las Vegas Sept. 11th, 2022. Featured were theLas Vegas Multiagency Honor Guard, remarks from Frank Pizarro, a firefighter who survived the attack in New York City on that day in 2001, remarks from Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick and Commission Chairman Jim Gibson, the ringing of the bell ceremony to honor firefighters who gave their lives in the terrorist attacks, a flyover by Nellis Air Force jets, a musical performance by Technical Sgt. Ben Ekblad, an active-duty Nellis Air Force Base service member, prayer and more. Clark County Fire Chief John Steinbeck, who deployed to New York’s Ground Zero with a FEMA team after the attack, served as master of ceremonies. Pizarro, a 21½ -year New York City firefighter, displayed a restored 1991 Pierce Pumper fire engine used to carry caskets of fallen firefighters across the West Coast at the ceremony. The firefighter memorial transport is dedicated to the memory of Raymond Pfeifer, who died from a 9/11-related illness and who went to Washington, D.C., with television host Jon Steward to fight for a 9/11 victims compensation fund. The event was carried live on Clark County Television (CCTV) and Clark County’s Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and YouTube accounts. On Sept. 11, 2011, 2,977 people were killed (more than who died in the attack at Pearl Harbor) and more than 6,000 others were injured.