The held a at the company's flagpole Sunday morning.
Firefighter-paramedic James Clements and Capt. Rick Blubaugh delivered brief speeches recognizing the 343 firefighters and paramedics killed in the .
The program included the raising of a flag to half-mast, a moment of silence and the singing of "God Bless America."
Immediately following the service, the company received a call to respond to a medical emergency on Interstate 95.
"We're lucky the call held off until after we finished. It was important that we got to do this," Clements said.
Participating in the ceremony were Senior Lt. Kevin Palmer, public information officer and firefighter-paramedic James Clements, firefighter/EMT Marnon Bowles, Capt. Rick Blubaugh, EMT Theresa La Valley, EMT Gina Krentz, firefighter William Wychulis, firefighter/EMT Charles Smith, firefighter/EMT Christopher Mack, firefighter Scott Koogle, EMT Scott Albrecht, Second Lt. Elliot Ganson, firefighter/EMT Kyle Fratta, firefighter/EMT Catharine Wren and President Donald Wilder.