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On Friday morning hundreds gathered to remember the lives lost during the Oklahoma City bombing 18 years ago.
Gov. Mary Fallin attended a ceremony marking the anniversary of the April 19, 1995 attack that killed 168 people during the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
Fallin says the anniversary is a day to remember those killed and injured and also to honor the emergency responders, firefighters and police who worked at the scene. She says the state’s response to the tragedy would later become known as the “Oklahoma standard.”
The governor also honored the victims of Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon. She says Oklahomans understand the pain that those are feeling in Boston, and that residents continue to offer their prayers.