More than 300 police officers deliver toys to Children’s Hospital Colorado patients

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AURORA, Colo. — More than 300 law enforcement officers from over 35 jurisdictions across the state delivered presents to patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado on Thursday.

The motorcade arrived outside the hospital just after 10 a.m. with lights flashing.

The uniformed officers brought hundreds of new toys to patients as part of the 14th annual “Long Blue Line.” And formed a long, blue line as they waited outside the hospital.

Aurora police officer James Seneca, president and founder of Cops Fighting Cancer and a cancer survivor, thanked everyone involved for warming hearts at the hospital “on this very bitter and cold day.”


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