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Michigan City Police Cpl. Greg Radiger shows one of the automatic external defibrillators that were placed in officers’ vehicles with proceeds from the 2019 Bolt For the Heart Family 5K. This year’s race will be Sept. 27 in Washington Park

MICHIGAN CITY — A 5K run designed with a goal of raising money to save lives has gotten a clean bill of health.

Plans for staggered start times and distancing protocols put in place by organizers of the Bolt for the Heart 5K Family Run/Walk and inaugural Half Marathon meet requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to the La Porte County Health Department.

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