Polar Plunge Raises $60,000 for Special Olympics

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Updated: 2/09/2013 10:07 pm
The chilly temperatures in Lexington Saturday didn't stop hundreds of people from going for a swim.

350 people jumped into an ice-cold pool in the parking lot of Texas Roadhouse to show support for Special Olympics. 

ABC 36's Doug High, Lauren Gawthrop, and Michael Estime were just a few of the folks who were freezin' for a reason.

This years event, the 14th in Lexington, brought in more than $60,000.

You can find out more about the organizations here.
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