Scott Pierce, a maintenance employee with Ben Franklin Transit, works from an aluminum step ladder Wednesday to lower the U.S. Flag at the organization's 22nd Avenue transfer station in Pasco. Pierce said flags at the agency's facilities were being lowered to half staff to follow a Presidential proclamation for a four-day remembrance of those killed and injured in the terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium.
Scott Pierce, a maintenance employee with Ben Franklin Transit, works from an aluminum step ladder Wednesday to lower the U.S. Flag at the organization's 22nd Avenue transfer station in Pasco. Pierce said flags at the agency's facilities were being lowered to half staff to follow a Presidential proclamation for a four-day remembrance of those killed and injured in the terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Scott Pierce, a maintenance employee with Ben Franklin Transit, works from an aluminum step ladder Wednesday to lower the U.S. Flag at the organization's 22nd Avenue transfer station in Pasco. Pierce said flags at the agency's facilities were being lowered to half staff to follow a Presidential proclamation for a four-day remembrance of those killed and injured in the terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Flags fly at half-staff around Tri-Cities to honor those killed, injured in Brussels

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