By: KDKA-TV News Staff
GERMAN TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Dozens came out to take part in the second annual Hunter K. Braddee Helping Heroes Foundation Touch-A-Truck event.READ MORE: Allegheny County Health Director Says Delta Variant Is Fueling Rising Cases, Hospitalizations
It was held at the McClellandtown VFC Saturday.READ MORE: 'Itchy Mites:' Preventing Bites And The Itch That Comes With A Mite Bite
The event is held in memory of 4-year-old Hunter Braddee who tragically lost his life in an auto accident along Route 21 back in June 2019.
The goal of this event is to call attention to not only the beautiful, young life that was lost, but also to the life-saving work done by local first responders.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Temperatures Continue Rising On Thursday
This year, a memorial scholarship was also awarded to a local high school student in Hunter’s memory.