[easyrotator]erf_15_1343925538/erc_48_1344080779[/easyrotator]Police services and fire departments everywhere work together as a team daily, but vie for bragging rights in friendly competition off the job. And this past weekend, it was no different here in London.

Starting at noon on Friday (Nov. 4) and running through until noon on Saturday (Nov. 6), members of both the local fire and police departments joined with other community organizations and battled it out once again in the 911 Clash for a Cause.

Held at Masonville Place mall, 14 teams of riders went the distance, competing in this 24-hour, stationary bike-a-thon to raise money towards the purchase of monitors for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC).

In all, more than $25,000 was raised through pledges and donations from this event.

via London Community News