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The rUNDEAD 5K to Benefit Special Olympics

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Rochester: The rUNDEAD 5K to Benefit Special Olympics
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Run for your life - and for the Special Olympics.

The State Police and Special Olympics are teaming up for The rUNDEAD 5K. It takes place at Genesee Valley Park on Saturday, Nov. 2.

Anyone can sign up as a runner or as a zombie. Runners will have to escape the clutches of the zombies while holding onto flags which represent lifelines. If you lose all three flags by the zombies, you're dead and the zombies win.

"The money we raise helps the Special Olympics in New York; the over 60,000 athletes that participate in the events throughout the year locally, statewide, nationally, and internationally. The money we raise helps them to compete in events at no cost to them or their families. without any cost to them or their families," said Captain Rick Allen.

Registration for The rUNDEAD 5K begins at 8 a.m. and the race starts at 10 a.m.

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