HEADLINE 'Bell of Hope' tolls for victims of truck attack

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'Bell of Hope' tolls for victims of truck attack

AP

01:54, November 02, 2017

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Police, Firemen and ambulances at the site of the Tribeca terror attack. Photo: VCG

A bell that London gave to New York City after 9/11 has tolled in honor of those killed in the Manhattan truck attack.

St. Paul's Chapel, part of the Parish of Trinity Church Wall Street, rang the Bell of Hope on Wednesday.

It's located near the lower Manhattan neighborhood where a truck driver plowed into people on a bike path Tuesday, killing eight.

The historic church is offering prayers for those killed, injured and traumatized, and for their loved ones.

Worshippers also are praying for emergency responders, medical workers and worldwide peace. The church served rescue and recovery workers after the World Trade Center attack.

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