VIDEO: 900,000 Rolling Thunder Riders In DC

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WASHINGTON, DC - There were some very loud roars Sunday through the streets of Washington, DC. It's the annual ride for the, Rolling Thunder.

The first ride was in 1988 to call attention to POWs and MIAs from the Vietnam War. There were about 2,500 bikers that year.

This year, it's estimated there were about 900,000 riders on their various motorcycles.

The group says it will continue to ride to support the soldiers who are still unaccounted for from that conflict.

Source - CNN

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