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    Mayor Randy Toms speaks to a small crowd about the piece of steel from the World Trade Center outside City Hall Tuesday afternoon.

Mayor Randy Toms speaks to a small crowd about the piece of steel from the World Trade Center outside City Hall Tuesday afternoon. Laura Corley lcorley@macon.com
Mayor Randy Toms speaks to a small crowd about the piece of steel from the World Trade Center outside City Hall Tuesday afternoon. Laura Corley lcorley@macon.com

World Trade Center steel from 9/11 attacks arrives in Warner Robins

October 19, 2015 10:21 PM