A trip to New York City took an unexpected turn for Nancy Kaiser McGee, owner of Downtown Kirkwood's Fun in the Sun Sports.
McGee had planned to run in the New York City Marathon Sunday. When she boarded her plane Friday, the marathon was still on despite the effects of Hurricane Sandy. When she touched down, however, the race had been cancelled, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The publication caught up with McGee and other runners who found themselves in New York City ready to run but also eager to lend a hand to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
McGee was among hundreds of runners who sprung into action over the weekend. McGee rode a bike around New York City, distributing food supplies and food, according to the Wall Street Journal. Learn more, by reading the Wall Street Journal's report.
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