13-year-old Dauphin County boy gets a wish come true

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Hummelstown, Pa. - A 13-year-old boy from Dauphin County, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder, got a very special surprise today. Bryan asked the Make-a-Wish Foundation for an adaptive tricycle so he can spend some quality time outside with his friends and family.

He got the special bike, outfitted just for him, during a ceremony at Lower Dauphin Middle School. About 75 of his classmates, along with teachers and providers who work with him, attended the big reveal.

"They all really love him and as you can tell a lot of his providers and people who work with him outside of here actually came today too," said Sherie Davis, a Wish Granter at the Make-a-Wish Foundation. "It's just a really big celebration for all of them to see his wish come true."

Bryan loves cars and chose the bike because he won't be able to drive. He says it's the next best thing.

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