Firefighters Jeff Morse (North Naples), Zach Mason and Rob Boisselle (Big Cypress) and Collier County sheriff Dan McDonald all ran and finished Sunday's race in full fireman's gear. The gesture was to raise awareness for this summer's inaugural Brotherhood Ride, a nine-day, 600-mile journey from Naples to Charleston, S.C. to benefit the families of the nine Charleston firefighters who were killed in a warehouse fire last June. Roughly 1,400 runners lined up on Fifth Avenue South to compete in the Naples Daily News Half Marathon on Sunday, January 20, 2008.

Submitted by Jim Murphy

Firefighters Jeff Morse (North Naples), Zach Mason and Rob Boisselle (Big Cypress) and Collier County sheriff Dan McDonald all ran and finished Sunday's race in full fireman's gear. The gesture was to raise awareness for this summer's inaugural Brotherhood Ride, a nine-day, 600-mile journey from Naples to Charleston, S.C. to benefit the families of the nine Charleston firefighters who were killed in a warehouse fire last June. Roughly 1,400 runners lined up on Fifth Avenue South to compete in the Naples Daily News Half Marathon on Sunday, January 20, 2008.

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