Officers challenge kids to sledding race

- Police in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee had some fun with local kids after snow fell on Tuesday, January 16.

Officers went live on Facebook as they approached some children with sleds near a church.

The two officers challenged a kid to a sledding race down the hill.

But the officers cautioned to not sled down hills near roadways as oncoming cars would likely not be able to stop.

One to three inches of snow fell through Middle Tennessee, with some areas seeing as much as six inches, a news report said.

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