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Race through Schenectady’s history helps raise awareness of missing children

Mary Lou Debolt of Florida sits in her Delorean while trying to figure out her team’s next destination Wednesday during the 2012 Fireball Run on State Street in Schenectady.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Mary Lou Debolt of Florida sits in her Delorean while trying to figure out her team’s next destination Wednesday during the 2012 Fireball Run on State Street in Schenectady.
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Sports cars rumbled through downtown Schenectady Wednesday afternoon on a quest for the first radio station, a Nobel Prize and a fist-sized artificial diamond. The game was part of the Fireball Run, in which 40 teams pass out thousands of missing-child fliers as they compete to solve puzzles in eight cities that stretch out over 2,500 miles. City Councilman Carl Erikson is one of the racers. While he was trying to stay ahead of the ...

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