March for Drug Recovery returns to Estill County

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 9/08/2013 7:02 pm
The war on drugs was front in center in Estill County today.

The fiscal court and West Care Kentucky held their eighth annual March for Drug Recovery.

Participants marched across the bridge and around the courthouse seven times.

Organizers say It's a symbol that they're trying to break drug and substance abuse in the country.

Taylor says the event is helping people open up about substance abuse in their own lives.

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