The Lubbock Police Department held the annual torch run for the Special Olympics on Wednesday morning. Five local law enforcement agencies participated in the run, that ends Friday in Arlington.
The Special Olympics is special for Lubbock Police Sergeant Jim Curtis and his son, who is a Special Olympics athlete.
"I've been participating in the Lubbock torch run since 1989," said Sgt. Curtis. "I have a son who is a special olympian athlete with Special Olympics. It has special meaning for me is as that goes."
The Special Olympics is dedicated to helping those with disabilities become physically fit and active.
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