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Oklahomans mark 21st anniversary of OKC bombing

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) The ceremony for the 21st anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing will be moved inside Tuesday due to weather.

The remembrance event will be at First Church at 5th and Robinson at 8:45 a.m. Relatives, survivors and rescue workers can then walk across the street to the outdoor symbolic memorial. The ceremony will include a bagpipe procession, remarks by Governor Mary Fallin and the reading of the victims' names.

There is also no charge for the museum on the anniversary. It's been 21 years since 168 men, women and children died at the Murrah Federal Building.

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