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Father Helping Son in Wheelchair at Skate Park Goes Viral

Father Helping Son in Wheelchair at Skate Park Goes Viral

By CBS News

It’s the father-son bond that’s inspiring the world.

A video of a boy with cerebral palsy zooming around a Sacramento skate park with his dad’s help is going viral.

The look in 8-year-old Atticus Edmunds’ eyes and the huge grin on his face make it clear how much he loves action. “That was great!” he exclaimed after his dad pushed his wheelchair up and down the ramps. “That was fantastic! That was crazy!”

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