President Obama laid a wreath at Ground Zero in NYC Thursday. He also met with Firefighters, Police, and 9/11 family members.

FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes was there and reports from Lower Manhattan:

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FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes gives us a tour of one of the Memorials at Ground Zero.

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Prior to his visit to Ground Zero, the President paid a visit to the First Police Precinct in Lower Manhattan to thank Officers for their service.

He also visited Engine 54, Ladder 4, Batttalion 9.  The Firehouse is known as the "Pride of Midtown" and it lost 15 members on 9/11. He spoke privately to Firefighters there and had lunch with them.

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FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso has more details from outside the Firehouse in NYC:

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Fire Chief Edward Kilduff had lunch with the President and Firefighters at engine 54.

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Firefighter Leonard Siely of Engine 54 also spoke about what the President's visit meant to him.

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