An American flag outside fire station 8 in East Spokane.
Equipment lines the walls of Spokane fire station 8 at Mission and Rebecca.
Spokane firefighter Roger Libby, working inside Fire Station 8.
Roger Libby's fire hat, which carries a sticker commemorating 9/11.
Sticker on Roger Libby's helmet, honoring the memory of 9/11.
Spokane firefighter Roger Libby checks equipment at Fire Station 8, while shooting a story with KXLY.
Firefighter Roger Libby holds badge, carrying picture of firefighter John Knighten.
Firefighter Roger Libby carries a badge, honoring his friend John Knighten. Knighten died from duty-related cancer in June.
Badges carrying names and pictures of New York firefighters killed on 9/11.
Each badge carries a picture and name of a firefighter killed on 9/11. Libby adds date he climbed for them and number of flights.
Spokane's Bank of America tower provides 21 flights of stairs for Roger Libby and other firefighters to climb.
Spokane firefighter Roger Libby climbs stairs to honor the 343 firefighters lost on 9/11.
Roger Libby waits for the elevator down during one of his stair climbs, commemorating the losses on 9/11.
Spokane firefighter Roger Libby wears an FDNY shirt as he climbs to honor firefighters lost on 9/11.
A memorial to the 343 firefighters lost on 9/11, now under construction at the Spokane fire training center.
A plaque honoring Spokane firefighters who died in the line of duty. Most recently, firefighter John Knighten.