Release the hounds, see the Stampede in Manchester today
Drivers in the area should use caution when encountering runners. The race, sponsored by the Animal Rescue League, is considered a “six-legged” race with runners accompanied by their four-legged friends.
The first ever Queen City Stampede, which is an “Amazing Race” themed event pitting two person teams against each other as they move through the city completing challenges and figuring out clues to determine their next destination, also gets underway at 9 a.m. from downtown Veterans Park.
Police do not anticipate any traffic problems with the race, so no roads are closed. However, motorists are told to expect an increase in pedestrians.
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