LOWER MANHATTAN, N.Y. (PIX11) — Bells tolled at ground zero on Monday as New Yorkers looked back on the horror and legacy of 9/11, 22 years later.

“For those of us who lost people on that day, that day is still happening. Everybody else moves on. And you find a way to go forward, but that day is always happening for you,” Edward Edelman said as he arrived at the World Trade Center to honor his slain brother-in-law, Daniel McGinley.

Nearly 3,000 people were killed when hijacked planes crashed into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and a rural Pennsylvania field on Sept. 11, 2001.

Family members of 9/11 victims gathered Monday morning in Lower Manhattan to read aloud their names and honor a vow to never forget. The ceremony was marked with a solemn drum cadence, six moments of silence, the tolling of bells, and the singing of the Star Spangled Banner.

Vice President Kamala Harris joined the ceremony at the World Trade Center. President Joe Biden spoke to service members and their families at a ceremony on a military base in Anchorage, Alaska.