BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - On Thursday, veterans and members of the community came together to remember the lives lost and the survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Today is the 76th anniversary of the attack which killed 2,335 American soldiers and 68 civilians.
The first ceremony took place Thursday morning at Union Cemetery. There was a presentation of colors, music and singing, and speeches from local veterans, including Bob Cunningham.
Cunningham is the Lake Isabella resident and only known survivor of the attacks still living in Kern County.
A second ceremony is at 12:15 at the Kern County Veterans Memorial in Downtown Bakersfield. 17 News will live stream the event on Facebook.
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