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LINDON -- Motorcycles filled the streets of Lindon Saturday to benefit Utah's fallen firefighters.
The bikers were helping to raise awareness for the Utah Firefighters Relief Fund. It's a new fund that will benefit the families of firefighters who are killed or injured in the line of duty.
"It's to help the firefighters, and they're always there for you. Whether your cat's in a tree or your house is on fire -- they're there to help you," said Rick Story, the general manager of Timpanogas Harley Davidson -- the host of the event.
The bikers started in Lindon and stopped at fire stations in Pleasant Grove, Lone Peak, Sundance and Orem along the route.