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(KSL News) -- A friend of Lori Hacking attempts to raise awareness about the problem of domestic violence one step at a time. Angie Salisbury plans to walk almost 100 miles over the next three days as a tribute to her late friend.
She began her journey at Memory Grove in Salt Lake and plans to finish in Payson Saturday afternoon. This is the second year Salisbury has done the violence walk.
She hopes her efforts will heighten awareness on what she says is a growing problem.
Angie Salisbury: "The domestic violence, it seems to me, is getting worse and worse and worse. There's all types of awareness out there -- cancer awareness and stuff like that. I just think there needs to be more awareness on domestic violence and abuse."
Salisbury will be collecting donations along the way. She plans to give all donations to the Domestic Violence Shelter.