The nation will pause Wednesday to remember the thousands of people killed in the September 11th attacks, and as they've done for five years now, high school students in one New Jersey town are honoring the victims with a special art installation.

Nearly two decades later, the devastating images of September 11th remain emblazoned in many of our minds, while the overwhelming loss of life still grips countless hearts.

For younger generations born after the World Trade attacks, however, the magnitude of that horrific day can be difficult to grasp.

That is why Cedar Grove High School decided to take this history lesson beyond the boundaries of the classroom -- right into their front lawn.

Anthony Johnson has more: https://7ny.tv/2kBsKDC

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