PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It is a day Pittsburgh will never forget. Tuesday marks two years since 11 lives were lost in the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in United States history. “All those feelings come back today. And they really never have gone away and they will never go away,” said Stephen Cohen, New Light congregation co-president. Although today marks two years since the tragic events that took place at the Tree of Life Synagogue, so many — not just here in Pittsburgh, but around the world, and especially those of the Jewish faith — feel like no time has passed. “It seems like yesterday. It doesn’t seem like two years,” said Mayor Bill Peduto. This is an emotional time for many. People are dropping off flowers, messages and supporting one another. It’s been two years since the shooting at Tree of Life. 11 ppl. were killed. @KDKA pic.twitter.com/G99euCh3iA — Lindsay Ward (@LindsayWardTV) October 27, 2020 “Cleaning up in the building, sometimes you see a picture,” says Alan Hausman, who is the vice president of the Tree of Life congregation. “There’s some Facebook websites where every once in a while, something will show up with a photo with them… Read full this story
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