Lt. Gov. runs in annual marathon to remember Secret Service agents lost in Oklahoma City bombing

OKLAHOMA CITY - Among those running in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon today is Lt.. Gov. Todd Lamb.

Eighteen years ago, Lamb was in law enforcement with the Secret Service. It is a group that was directly impacted by the Oklahoma City bombing.

April 19, 1995 goes down in history as the single biggest loss of secret service agents in any one day in the history of the agency.

Lamb runs in the marathon every year in honor of those agents.

Lamb spoke with 2News Anchor Russ McCaskey about what the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon means to him and the state.

For coverage of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon go to www.kjrh.com/okcmarathon. We will live stream our broadcast from the race Sunday beginning at 7 a.m.

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