Saturday, 22 members of the SWAT team and Emily's twin brother, Casey, participated in one of the events in Emily's memory, Emily's Run. The SWAT team members ran from the sheriff's office to Platte Canyon High School.
"This one's for Emily," one of them said.
It's a 38-mile trip. Team members take turns running legs. Each mile takes about 10 minutes to complete. For the last 5K, 198 first responders joined the SWAT team as they made their way to Platte Canyon High School. The 198 responders represent the number of victims killed in school attacks in the U.S.
"Come on, Casey, you can bring us home," said one of the cheerleaders greeting the runners at the finish line.
"She was on our mind the whole way - it was about her and honoring her family," a SWAT team member said.
The SWAT team members also met up with motorcycle riders, participating in "Emily's Run: From Columbine to Canyon." The bikers rode from Columbine High School to Platte Canyon High School.
Proceeds raised during Saturday's events support the I Love U Guys Foundation. Click here to find out more about the I Love U Guys Foundation.
Last year's events raised more than $70,000 for the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) for the benefit of the six girls who survived the Platte Canyon shooting.
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