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KULR-8 Goes "Over The Edge"

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

Tomorrow is the annual fundraiser for Special Olympics Montana, Over The Edge.

Those who raise money get to rappel off the top of the tallest building in Montana, the First Interstate Bank downtown.

Wednesday, KULR-8’s Katie Chen and Tyson Adams went over the edge and we had cameras there to capture the once in a lifetime event.

Organizers are hoping to raise more than $70,000.

Those who participate had a minimum $1,000 fundraising goal.

If you see people coming down the building tomorrow, be sure to wave.

 

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