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Simbi Laveau

NYC paramedics fulfill dying boys wish

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http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stories/173463/nyc-first-responders-to-provide-memorabilia-for-virginia-boy-with-cancer

A little boy in Va. ,may not see Christmas day,because his battle with cancer ,it taking a toll.

His great wish,was to meet first responders ,and see their badges and equipment .

Paramedics from Bay Ridge Brooklyn ,will see that he gets his wish .

So sad.....*wipes tear*

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Very sweet, very sad.

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Wow. So sad that a life so young has to suffer cancer.

Very nice that NYC offered a little bit of comfort.

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I heard it went well . He made little care packages for the medics to take back to nyc,for needy children for Xmas.

Amazing boy .

There's a facebook page .I believe its called Nathan's Christmas .

I dread hearing he's passed .....

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This is so sad. Seeing little kids go through stuff like this makes it very hard for me to believe in anything.

God bless NYC for their services to the kid, though.

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This is so sad. Seeing little kids go through stuff like this makes it very hard for me to believe in anything.

God bless NYC for their services to the kid, though.

Life is so unfair :(

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