The Lexington police team members showed their winning form in the men's division at The Big Brown Truck Pull for Special Olympics in Lexington on Sept. 22. More than 14 teams and 166 pullers raised $16,708.83 by competing to pull an 18-wheeler containing 70,000 lbs of greeting cards. Photo by Mark Ashley
The Lexington police team members showed their winning form in the men's division at The Big Brown Truck Pull for Special Olympics in Lexington on Sept. 22. More than 14 teams and 166 pullers raised $16,708.83 by competing to pull an 18-wheeler containing 70,000 lbs of greeting cards. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader
The Lexington police team members showed their winning form in the men's division at The Big Brown Truck Pull for Special Olympics in Lexington on Sept. 22. More than 14 teams and 166 pullers raised $16,708.83 by competing to pull an 18-wheeler containing 70,000 lbs of greeting cards. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader

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