Ceremony held in honor of Oklahoma City bombing anniversary

Created: 04/19/2014 5:22 PM WHEC.com

A ceremony was held on Saturday morning to honor the victims and survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing.

19 years ago, a truck bomb destroyed the Murrah Federal Building.

The ceremony took place at the site of the bombing, which is now a memorial park and museum.

A moment of silence was held for 168 seconds, the number of people killed.

Speakers paid tribute to the victims and families, and also to the spirit of the people of Oklahoma City.

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