NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A team of cyclists completed a cross-country journey Saturday to raise awareness about human trafficking.
As WCBS 880’s Ginny Kosola reported, human trafficking could be happening right where you live.READ MORE: Snow, Ice Blast Through Southern US In Powerful Winter Storm
Dr. Santhosh Paulus, with Glen Cove Hospital/North Shore-LIJ, led the 3,400-mile journey that started on June 6 in Seattle, Washington.
“I had two main cyclists that did 139 miles on their longest days, and we had some other cyclists, myself included, who tried to add miles to that. So some days we did as much as 180 (miles),” he said.READ MORE: NYCHA Residents In The Bronx Say Complaints About Lack Of Hot Water Are Falling On Deaf Ears