Law enforcement delivers 3,500 teddy bears to Rady Children’s patients

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SAN DIEGO – A group of law enforcement officers brought smiles to young patients Tuesday morning.

It’s been a tradition for nearly 30 years. More than 100 officers from around San Diego County and state delivered teddy bears to patients at Rady Children’s Hospital.

This year, they will pass out 3500 teddy bears.

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