Slain Jogger Honored With A Race In Her Name

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 7/04/2012 7:15 pm
The family of slain jogger Sarah Hart was honored at the annual Bluegrass 10K.

Her family members are planning a race called, "Run With All Your Hart," which will be held on August 11th in Russell County.

It's a 4 mile race and each mile will be named after her four children.

When Hart went for a run with her sister last month, reports say she went back to her car because she was not feeling well.

She then went missing and police later found her body in a wooded area, about 30 yards from the road.

Hart was pregnant with her 4th child at the time. The unborn child also died.

Now, Hart's family members are remembering their daughter, sister, wife and mother with this run.

More details about the race can be found at www.runwithallyourhart.com.
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