Photo captures roofers who put down tools to stand for national anthem

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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.

Three roofers in ME are taking center stage, as a photo of them has gone viral.

Cossar, who was at the game to cheer on her nephew, snapped a quick photo and posted it to Facebook.

Cossar said as the crowds stood for the National Anthem, someone yelled, "Hey look!"

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They were close enough to the school to hear the anthem.

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

Dixon told the station she and others shared the photos of the workers on social media to find out who they were in order to thank them. He also added that he wasn't aware that a photo had been taken of them.

"They had no idea anyone even noticed but our community did", local Shanon Gurski Dixon told WMTW.

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Conduct during the national anthem has become a hot-button issue around the country as National Football League players have been kneeling during the song to protest racial injustice in America.

Just yesterday Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said he thinks NFL players should stop protesting during the national anthem and instead speak out against domestic violence, The Associated Press reported.

When she turned she saw the three men taking a break from roofing a house to respect the flag.

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