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Special Olympics' Flame Of Hope Travels From Tulsa To Stillwater

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Group of Tulsa Police officers running with the Flame of Hope in west Tulsa. Group of Tulsa Police officers running with the Flame of Hope in west Tulsa.
Runners headed west on Charles Page Boulevard towards Sand Springs. Runners headed west on Charles Page Boulevard towards Sand Springs.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Officers from the Tulsa Police Department started their annual Law Enforcement Torch Run Wednesday morning carrying the Special Olympics' Flame of Hope to Stillwater.

Runners got started at 6:30 a.m. at 6th and Main in downtown Tulsa.

TPD officers passed the torch to the Sand Springs Police Department at West 81st Street and Charles Page Boulevard.

From there, the Flame of Hope headed west until it reaches Stillwater Wednesday evening during opening ceremonies at Oklahoma State University.

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