This weekend we witnessed a terrible attack on Paris on innocent people who were?celebrating their freedom on a Friday night in the city. The attack left 132 dead and hundreds injured and was a part of a string of ISIS’ terrorist attacks that occurred?in places like Baghdad and Beiruit.
These horrific events made Westchester stop and pause, to absorb the magnitude of these events, and send their well wishes to those affected overseas as the memory of being terrorized in your own city is unfortunately familiar to us in Westchester with New York City as our neighbor.
LoHud.com reports that even if the face of terror, France remains “resilient and unafraid.”
— Rockland Bee (@rocklandbee) November 15, 2015
Here’s some of the love Westchester shared for?Paris this weekend:
We're lit red, white and blue tonight to stand in solidarity with Paris, France and the rest of the united World. #PrayforParis
— Yonkers Clock Tower (@YonkersLights) November 14, 2015
— Andy Bass (@AndyBassNY) November 14, 2015
— Kate Schlientz (@KatieSchlientz) November 14, 2015
Would you like to share your well wishes from Westchester? Leave?a link to your social media post below and we’ll add it to our collection and spread the love and good thoughts.