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Day 2: Thousands rest their feet after completing 2nd leg of Susan G. Komen San Diego 3 Day

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SAN DIEGO ( CBS 8 ) - Thousands are resting their feet Saturday night after completing the second leg of the Susan G. Komen San Diego 3 Day to end breast cancer.

Today's route began and ended at Crown Point.

There was no sign of rain or clouds Saturday morning when the particpants of the Susan G. Komen San Diego 3 Day rose to prepare for day 2 of their journey.

Greeted with a beautiful morning sunrise along Mission Bay, they emerged from a sea of pink tents full of enthusiasm.

This is the 11th year our own Barbara Lee Edwards has walked the 60 mile journey.

CBS NEWS 8's Barbara Lee Edwards has more in this video story. 


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