Maine man runs to Washington D.C. in memory of Sandy Hook victims

A Maine man is running from his home state to Washington, D.C. in memory of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims.

Maine man runs to Washington D.C. in memory of Sandy Hook victims

Maine man runs to Washington D.C. in memory of Sandy Hook victims (1/16/13)

DARIEN - A Maine man is running from his home state to Washington, D.C. in memory of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims.

Gary Allen, 56, is running nearly 500 miles and made it to southwestern Connecticut today. Allen says he hopes to make it to the nation’s capitol by the end of the month.

Money raised during Allen's run is going to the American Cancer Society.
 

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