Las Vegas, Nevada 2022-05-13 09:31:00 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) —A question asked during “Who do you carry?” Carry luggage A 20,000-mile march leading to the relay, Dallas Memorial Day Weekend. On Friday, a march with a caravan will pass through Las Vegas on a commemorative walk in honor of the fallen army and the first responders.
David Lindsey, a retired Dallas firefighter and now West Coast Route Manager, said: Carry luggage.
Lindsey began walking the West Coast route on Carry the Road in April. However, his journey to honor the fallen hero began in 2011 after his cousin, Dallas firefighter Todd, fell off the roof and died while fighting flames in a building fire. rice field. Lindsey joined the Carry the Load caravan and fixed her cousin’s name on the bag.
The Marcher has a weighted backpack, a folded American flag, a banner, a T-shirt, or a relay bib with the name of a loved one scribbled on paper. The relay describes this relay as “therapeutic”.
“It’s the connection I had to heal myself from the loss of a family member,” Lindsey said. “Meet all these military families and police members who died on the job.”
Marchers are traveling on various routes. On the anniversary, they meet in Dallas, where the first carry-the-road march took place.
Las Vegas is on the West Coast route. The caravan will make the following stops:
9 AM Majestic Park, 3997 Hualapai Way, Las Vegas, Nevada 89129
11 am Big Lots, 8570 W Lake Mead Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89128
1:00 pm, All American Park, 1551 S Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89117
3:00 pm West Flamingo Park, 6255 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas Nevada 89103
6 pm Clark County Fire Department 11, 5150 S Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
8 pm Target, S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
9 AM Smith’s 3850E Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89121
Carry the Road invites anyone who wants to participate in the relay. Anyone interested in writing a relay bib in the name of a deceased loved one can meet a caravan somewhere, and one of the marches will carry it to Dallas, where the last Anniversary ceremony will be held.
For more information or to donate, please visit CarrytheLoad.org..