GREENVILLE, Del. — A Delaware-based company is honoring employees who survived the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware, reports that CSC is unveiling a sculpture Monday at its global headquarters in Greenville.

The corporation services company had 100 employees working on the 87th floor of the World Trade Center’s South Tower. All of them safely made it out.

CSC’s New York executives evacuated workers from the South Tower after the North Tower was struck.

The South Tower was then struck between floors 77 and 85, just below CSC’s 87th-floor office. No one in the South Tower working above floor 77 escaped tragedy.

The sculpture is designed by Philadelphia native Steve Tobin. It has three legs whose shadows form a peace sign when the sun shines directly overhead.

Information from: The News Journal of Wilmington, Del.,

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