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(KSL News) Utahns today put on their running shoes to make a difference in the lives of people living with brain injuries.
It's part of the 13th annual 5-K Run, Walk and Roll event at Liberty Park.
An estimated 44,000 Utahns are living with a disability related to a traumatic brain injury. Almost a million and half people suffer the same thing nationwide.
Money raised from the event will help fund prevention, research and education.