Canal turned orange for multiple sclerosis awareness

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis downtown canal turned orange Friday to help raise awareness for multiple sclerosis. The disease affects two million people across the globe.

The orange dyeing comes ahead of multiple sclerosis awareness week, which runs March 10-16 in Indianapolis. The city hosts its Walk MS on April 13.

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