Car show held to benefit fallen cops

Hundreds of people came out Sunday to a Huntington car show hosted by the Police Surgeons Benevolent Association.

Organizer Ray Mascolo says the car show was dedicated to Glen Ciano, a police officer who was killed in the line of duty by an alleged drunken driver in February. The show raised money for Ciano's family and the family of Officer Ken Baribault, who was left partially paralyzed by a convicted drunken driver.

St. Anthony's High School donated the use of its parking lot for the event. According to Mascolo, more than 200 people from around Long Island and the Tri-State area drove their cars to the show.

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