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More than 150 businesses coming together to help families of 4 fallen first responders Wednesday

You can help, too! All you need to do is make a purchase at one of the restaurants, bars or businesses and tell them you are there to support the fallen heroes.

ST. LOUIS — More than 150 restaurants and businesses in the area are coming together Wednesday to make a difference for four deserving families.

On Wednesday, the restaurants, bars and businesses around the St. Louis area will take part in St. Louis Hero Network's Fall Night for the Fallen. All the participating restaurants will be donating part of their proceeds to the families of four first responders who died in 2019.

The families of Illinois State Police Trooper Nick Hopkins, North County Police Cooperative Officer Michael Langsdorf, Firefighter Paramedic Chris Moore and Fire Captain Jake Ringering will share the proceeds from the event.

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All you have to do to help the cause is make a purchase at one of the restaurants or businesses and let them know you are there to support the fallen heroes.

The list is too long to put here, but you can find the full list and all the event information on the St. Louis Hero Network Facebook page.

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