• 2015 Brotherhood Ride underway to honor fallen Fla. officers

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    ORLANDO, Fla. - Some cyclists are making their way through the state to honor fallen law enforcement officers in Florida, including Orange County Deputy Scott Pine.

    In February 2014, Pine was killed when a suspect in a rash of car break-ins opened fire.

    The 2015 Brotherhood Ride is heading to Palm Coast Wednesday.

    The bicyclists left the Orlando Elks Lodge Wednesday morning and will cover about 100 miles as they eventually make their way to Tallahassee.

    Over the past seven years, the Brotherhood Ride has honored the memory of 468 fallen first responders, including firefighters, law enforcement and EMTs.

    This year's ride started last Saturday June 6 in north Naples and they have been riding all over the state.


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    The mission of the ride is to honor fallen heroes and provide support to their families.

    "It's incredible. We couldn't do this ride without the support of who we have here right now. You'll see the local police officers and riders come together," said founder of the Brotherhood Ride Jeff Morse.

    From Orlando, they'll ride through Palm Coast, Jacksonville and Live Oak on their way to Tallahassee where the ride will end this Saturday.

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