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Photos: Looking back at how 9/11 impacted Bloomington, Normal and Central Illinois
Students and staff watch television in the Bone Student Center at Illinois State University on Sept. 11, 2001.
Central Illinois Regional Airport officials gather newspaper boxes, planters and garbage cans around the airport building as precautions against hidden bombs shortly after the explosions at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Airport officials rapidly put security plans into effect.
Todd Heyse and Don Hosea install a flag outside Rep. Dan Brady's office on Locust Street following 9/11.
State Rep. Dan Brady gives an impromptu press conference at Central Illinois Regional Airport as events in New York and Washington were still unfolding on 9/11.
A prayer service is held at Evelyn Chapel at Illinois Wesleyan University on Sept. 12, 2001.
American Red Cross of the Heartland Chapter technician Nancy Washko works with Melissa Uzzell, right, and OSF's John Hesse, left, as they gave blood on the Thursday after the 9/11 attacks.
Illinois State University senior Edgar Alvarado leaves a rally on the ISU quad with a flag draped around his shoulders on the Friday after the 9/11 attacks.
A memorial service is held at Illinois State University the Friday after 9/11.
Eltayeb Abuelyaman of Bloomington, center, a member of the Islamic Center of Bloomington Normal, thanks Deborah Oberg of the New Covenant Church showing their support of the Muslim community at their Friday prayer on Sept. 14, 2001.
People fill the bandstand area of Bloomington's Miller Park during the candlelight vigil Friday night just days after the 9/11 attacks.
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