Hundreds walk to raise money for premature babies

VERONA - Hundreds of people came out today for the 10th annual Miracle Walk in Verona Park to support the St. Barnabas neo-natal intensive care unit.

The hospital says it helps save over 1,200 babies a year.

Some of the premature babies St. Barnabas had helped in the past are now grown and participated in the walk along with their parents.

In the past 10 years, the walk has raised over $3 million. All of the funds have gone directly to support the neo-natal intensive care unit at St. Barnabas hospital.

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