Clallam County Fire Dist. 3 tower toppers

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Clallam County Fire Dist. 3 tower toppers

Personnel from Clallam County Fire District 3 celebrate finishing the 1,311 steps of Seattle’s Columbia Tower as part of the Scott Firefighter Challenge on March 11. They include, from left, John Riley, David Copeland, Troy Tenneson, Ryan Tillman, Jeff Albers and Lee Forderer. About 1,550 firefighters raised money and raced up the tower steps to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The first-place finisher reached the top in a little over 10 minutes. See full results at:

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