5K held to remember lives lost on 9/11

Bronx residents came together Saturday to remember Sept. 11 in a special way.

A 5K run was held on Pelham Parkway, an event named after Tom Clesse, a former lieutenant of the 49th Precinct.

A 5K run was held on Pelham Parkway, an event named after Tom Clesse, a former lieutenant of the 49th Precinct. (9/10/16)

THE BRONX - Bronx residents came together Saturday to remember Sept. 11 in a special way.

A 5K run was held on Pelham Parkway, an event named after Tom Clesse, a former lieutenant of the 49th Precinct.

Clesse died of cancer in 2002. His friends and family say he represented everything a person in uniform should embody.

Clesse had more than 30 years of experience on the force.

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