1,500 walk at MADD memorial in Farmingdale

Randi Schuller hugs Dawn Titcomb during the walk.

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Randi Schuller hugs Dawn Titcomb during the walk. Hundreds walked around Farmingdale State College in memory of a loved one killed in a drunken driving accident. (June 2, 2012) (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Two hundred pairs of shoes.

New and used -- from scuffed basketball high-tops to glittery baby footwear with lime-green trim -- the shoes lined a sidewalk at Farmingdale State College on Saturday.

They represented lives lost each year in drunken driving accidents across New York State.

The sixth annual Walk Like MADD event, expected to raise $120,000 for the nonprofit, is also...

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