Prayer vigil for injured deputy this Saturday

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CCSO Deputy Adam Clark and K9 Deputy Figo (Cullman County Sheriff's Office)

CULLMAN, Ala. – A local church is hosting a prayer vigil for critically-injured Cullman County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Clark and his injured K9 partner, Figo.

Pure Faith Ministries will hold the event this Saturday, Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. at Depot Park in downtown Cullman, 309 First Ave. NE.

Pure Faith Ministries shared on social media: “A burden has been laid upon our pastor’s heart to ask the community to come together and pray for Deputy Adam Clark and his K9 partner, Figo, who were working to protect our community and involved in an accident. Both were severely injured and need prayers. We will also be praying for all law enforcement and first responders. Prayer without faith is dead. Let’s turn our words into action. We would love for anyone who would like to attend, to come show support for all of these very important people. If you’re a first responder or LEO and you’ll be working, please stop by and say hello so we can thank you for all that you do! You are so appreciated and loved.”

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Wendy Sack

wendy@cullmantribune.com