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Motorcycles and Miracles

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YAKIMA, Wash.--A non-profit motorcycle group turned up the music and shined up their hogs all for a good cause.

Yakima's bike league "The Wrecking Crew" held an event in the parking lot of North Star Children's Hospital Saturday.

It's the first ever Mayhem For Miracles. All the money raised will benefit Children's Miracle Network.
 
"Our club does a lot of benefits," said John Drakes. "We help a lot of other groups out, a lot of foundations and stuff locally. We just decided we wanted to do something of our own."

The Wrecking Crew hopes to raise at least $5,000 Saturday.

They said the community has been very supportive. The band, food and drinks were all donated for the event.

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