The No. 53 sits in the parking lot at Dorothy’s House in Liberal Tuesday so the team could get a photo of themselves clicking their heels together to earn extra points in the Fireball Run across America.
• Daily Leader staff report
A souped up Mustang and driving team from the 2010 Fireball Run stopped in Liberal Tuesday in order to earn points in the crosscountry race by getting a photograph of them clicking their heels together at Dorothy’s House and Museum. Pilot Bob Stephens of Tampa, Fla., and his co-pilot Scott Jensen of Seattle, also got to meet Dorothy during their stop in Liberal. They also handed out Missing Child posters for the young woman they are racing for. She was last seen in 2001 when she went missing at the age of 16.
The 2010 Fireball Run Adventurally and the Race to Recover America’s Missing Children ® for the Klaas Kids Foundation ®.
The journey started Sept. 23 in Henderson Lake Las Vegas and finishes eight days, 18 cities, and 3,500 miles later Oct. 2 at the luxurious resort community of Galena, Ill.
The No. 53 team of Stephens and Jensen is racing to help find Erin Kay Pospisil, who was last seen June 3, 2001, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She would now be 24 years old and has a small scar above her left eye. If anyone has seen this woman, call (319) 286-5491.
More information can be found at www.fireballrun.com or www.klaaskids.org.
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