Roofers stop work to stand for national anthem

Three Maine roofers stand for the playing of the national anthem

Roofers in Maine stop work to respect national anthem, flag

A photo of three ME roofers who paused while the national anthem played at a high school next to their job site has gone viral.

The photo, taken Saturday, Oct. 14 in ME, shows the three men with their hands over their hearts as the national anthem played at the Waterville High School next door.

According to Cossar's post, the men could hear the anthem play due to how close they were to the school and be seen from the stands at the game.

The picture was taken by Michelle Lyons Cossar.

"I just thought the world could use a little more of that right now", Cossar told WMTW of why she shared the photo.

The photo captures them putting down their tools, and standing for the national anthem.

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Dixon told Fox News that she hopes to find the men one day and thank them for "being such good role models to our youth".

The three men in the photo are Dwayne Harrison, Danny Thyng, and James Scraggs, WTVR reported.

As of writing on Tuesday morning, October 17, Cossar's photo has been shared over 876 times and garnered over 946 reactions.

"We were raised to respect and honor our country", Harrison told CNN.

As of Tuesday morning, her photo has been shared more than 850 times, while a Facebook post about the incident by WMTW reporter has been shared more than 2,999 times.

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