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 Russell County

The staff of Russell County Hospital recently decided to shoot a music video and much of the community got involved.

Now that video is competing nationally to win a prize in support of breast cancer awareness and it features a Russell County woman who is living that fight.

"It was so much fun. Everybody was dancing and having a good time," says Tracy Bunch.

Bunch was diagnosed with cancer in February, her right breast was removed in April.

"I discovered it in November of last year after I'd had my baby. I thought it was a milk gland, but it turns out it was cancer," says Bunch.

The music video participants included the Sheriff's department, the fire department, and EMS. Now, that music video is competing with other video entries from across the country. Right now Russell County Hospital is in fourth place in its category and hoping to get enough votes to pull out the lead.

If they win, $10,000 dollars will go to the Kentucky Women's Cancer Screening Program.

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