Mud run in Brant cancelled due to sudden death

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A participant in a Paris charity event died on Saturday.

County of Brant OPP officers assisted paramedics who responded to a call at the War Horse Challenge Mud Run about a man with no vital signs. The officers learned the 63-year-old Kitchener man had been competing when he went into distress.

Attempts to revive the man were unsuccessful. He was transported to Brantford General Hospital and pronounced dead.

The OPP remained on the scene for several hours working with the organizers of the Canadian Cancer Society fundraising event to investigate the incident held on Tigercat Industries property on Consolidated Drive.

The mud run was cancelled. If you were planning to participate in this event and have donations to submit, please contact the Hamilton-Brant-Norfolk office at 905-575-9220. If you registered for this event and were unable to complete the course due to this cancellation, please contact us at connect@cancer.ca or 1-888-939-3333 at for a refund of your registration fee.

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