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The 2nd annual Apex Polar Plunge, hosted by the Apex Police Department attracted about 60 hardy jumpers into the cold water of the Shepherds Vineyard pool in Apex Saturday, January 9, 2016. The annual event is a fundraiser for Special Olympics athletes which raised $12,000 in the event's first year. People jumped singly and in groups with several members of the sponsoring Apex Police department jumping in the deep end, some in uniform at the end of the event. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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UPDATED January 10, 2016 09:29 AM

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