Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run

Law enforcement officers ran from Chula Vista to Del Mar to raise money for the Special Olympics.

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Law enforcement officers address the crowd outside the Chula Vista Police Department.
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The Torch Run attracted all types of spectators.
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Spectators wait for the Torch Run to begin.
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Lindsey Newman holds the torch before the run begins.
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Special Olympic Athlete Erik Weber carries the torch during the first leg of the run.
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More than 142,000 law enforcement officers will take part in Special Olympics torch runs around the world, according to event organizers.
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More than 142,000 law enforcement officers will take part in Special Olympics torch runs around the world, according to event organizers.
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More than 142,000 law enforcement officers will take part in Special Olympics torch runs around the world, according to event organizers.
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More than 142,000 law enforcement officers will take part in Special Olympics torch runs around the world, according to event organizers.
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Camp Pendleton Marines will take the torch Wednesday.
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