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Ceremonies honoring the thousands killed on Sept. 11, 2001, will take place in New York City and other cities on the 18th anniversary of the terror attacks. This year, a spotlight is also on the first responders who died or fell ill after exposure to the toxins at ground zero. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports for TODAY.