OKLAHOMA CITY Survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing and relatives of those killed are gathering this morning at the site of the attack for a ceremony to mark the eleventh anniversary of the attack.
Some are bringing bouquets of flowers to place on chairs in the field where federal building stood while others are carrying stuffed animals and other mementos.

Those coming to the ceremony include a group of survivors of the Nine-Eleven terror attacks in New York City, including members of the New York City Fire Department.

The anniversary ceremony will include 168 seconds of silence and the reading of the names of the 168 who were killed in the blast and its aftermath.