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First Responders Park

Nestled beside Westerville Fire Station 111, you’ll find an inspirational setting in which to celebrate the achievements and contemplate the losses experienced by fire and police personnel and emergency dispatchers. The centerpiece of the park is a piece of World Trade Center Steel, known as C-40, measuring 18 feet long, 8 feet wide and weighing 2 tons.  This piece was part of the Federal investigation into the collapse of the towers. It once spanned the 98th-101st floors on the north face of WTC 1, which was struck by a 767 aircraft at 8:46am on September 11, 2001. The newest addition to the park is a sculpture of a firefighter called "The Crossing", designed by by Steve Geddes & Bob Moore, honoring the memory of fallen firefighter Dave Theisen.


First Responders Park
374 W. Main St.

Westerville, Ohio 43081

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Local Number: (614) 794-0401

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Special Hours: The park is open daily, dawn to dusk.


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First Responders Park

The C-40 steel was transported to Westerville from Gaithersburg, Maryland in 2009 and dedicated as the centerpiece of FRP on September 11, 2010.

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