NJ town hit hard by 9/11 attacks breathes sigh of relief

MIDDLETOWN - New Jersey families and friends of those lost on Sept. 11 are able to breathe a sigh of relief upon hearing the news of Osama bin Laden's death.

One of the New Jersey towns hit hard by the attacks is Middletown, which lost 37 members of its community. News 12 New Jersey visited the Middletown Memorial Gardens dedicated to those that died in the attacks, and spoke with family members and friends of those who died that visited the garden today.

Caitlin Antigua went to the memorial gardens to spiritually connect with her mom who worked for Cantor Fitzgerald. She said she sent a balloon up today to celebrate the long-awaited justice.

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