(RENO, Nev.) -- On Thursday, the opening ceremony to the first day of the Reno Air Races honored the first responders who were on the scene during a deadly crash last year, ABC affiliate KOLO-TV reports.
On Sept. 16, 2011, eleven people were killed and more than 70 were injured when a P-51 Mustang crashed into box seats. Representatives from 14 organizations were honored in working to save the lives of people that were involved in the crash.
Organizations honored included the Reno Fire Department, REMSA, Renown, St. Mary’s, Regional Medical Center and members of the Nevada Highway Patrol.
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