Fireman “Fight for Air” in downtown OKC
Climbing for clean air!
Firefighters dressed in full gear – along with 250 other people – took place in the American Lung Association’s third annual competitive stair climb.
The race was up all 36 floors to the top of the Cotton Ranch tower, more commonly known as the Chase Building. It was all for a good cause, all proceeds benefited the American Lung Association’s “Fight for Air” campaign.
Lung disease is the third leading cause of death in Oklahoma.
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