Lexington police Officer James Boyd, left, and Lexington firefighter Zach Ferguson celebrated their finishes in the 29-flight climb on Saturday. "I was seeing stars when I finished," said Boyd.
Lexington police Officer James Boyd, left, and Lexington firefighter Zach Ferguson celebrated their finishes in the 29-flight climb on Saturday. "I was seeing stars when I finished," said Boyd.
Lexington police Officer James Boyd, left, and Lexington firefighter Zach Ferguson celebrated their finishes in the 29-flight climb on Saturday. "I was seeing stars when I finished," said Boyd.

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