An Unscathed Memorial Amidst Nature’s Fury: The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Withstands Storm Damage

A recent storm caused widespread damage in downtown Cleveland, impacting buildings and uprooting trees. Despite the destruction, the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial at Huntington Park remained remarkably untouched. Joe Mannion, leader of the Peace Officers Memorial Society, found the memorial’s resilience to be a symbol of its sacred significance.

The FOX 8 I-Team released an article and video documenting the storm’s impact, including footage of the near devastation near the Cuyahoga County Justice Center. While the surrounding area experienced damage, the memorial stood undamaged, further emphasizing its emotional and symbolic importance in our community.

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This event underscores the memorial’s enduring significance, even in the face of natural adversities.