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Family Completes 3k Mile Run Pushing Son with Cerebral Palsy the Entire Way

By Cox Media Group

Sixty days and more than 3,000 miles later, a New York family has completed its cross-country trek.

Shaun Evans and his family have run from Seattle, Washington to Orchard Beach, New York, WTEN reported.

The inspiring part, though, is not the run itself, but the fact that he pushed his 9-year-old son Shamus the entire way during their “Power to Push,” Runner’s World reported.

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