Participants needed for Clayton Stair Climb for firefighters

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(KTVI) - Angie Mock is finding out what it feels like to be a firefighter.   Thursday, she attempted to climb 24 flights of stairs in full fire fighting gear to promote a unique and special event raising money for the National Firefighters support.
It honors the firefighter victims of the 9/11 terrorism attack.  On September 8th the Clayton Stair Climb will happen in one of the towers of Downtown Clayton.
Participants will climb 110 flights of stairs (taking the elevator down and repeating) to individually honor each of the 343 Firefighters who lost their lives in the World Trade Center.
The name of a victim is assigned to each participant.
They need more participants.  There`s 343 spots available, one for each victim.  So far,  150 people signed up.
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