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June 7, 2014 1:52 PM

At Hospital Hill Run, some stop for water, two stop to marry

An engaged Blue Springs couple stopped briefly Saturday at the 41st annual Hospital Hill Run not for water, but to get married. The ups and downs of the half-marathon is a metaphor for life together, said Cyndi Smith and Ray Franks, who exchanged vows at the crest of Trinity Hill, the last ascent before the finish of the 13.1-mile run.

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