October is breast cancer awareness month and Fayetteville's first responders are stepping up to support the event.
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Firefighters bought pink shirts sending proceeds for the shirts to a group that works to prevent cancer among firefighters.
Police officers are wearing pink badges and have pink shoulder patches on their uniforms.
City Hall has also installed a display of pink lights in front of the building. Those lights will be visible every night through October.
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