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Seattle Waste Management Crew Gives Boy with Cancer a Christmas Surprise

They brought him Christmas gifts and spent time with him.

Waste360 Staff

December 21, 2017

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Seattle Waste Management Crew Gives Boy with Cancer a Christmas Surprise

A waste management crew in Seattle visiting a 2-year-old boy battling stage IV Neuroblastoma and treated him with gifts for Christmas.

Isaac Williams was diagnosed in April and had a tumor the size of a football growing in his adrenal gland. Isaac has had a stem cell transplant, five rounds of chemotherapy, and will be starting radiation in a few weeks, according to King5.com.

But he always has enjoyed watching local waste management crews complete their work. A neighbor told the workers how much Isaac loves the garbage trucks. So they arranged to pay him a visit and give him gifts, including his toy own garbage and recycling trucks.

King5.com has more:

A kind gesture from a group of waste management workers made a toddler’s day when they brought him Christmas gifts and spent time with him Tuesday.

Kelli Williams’ 2-year-old son Isaac has been battling stage IV Neuroblastoma, which is a cancer of the nerve tissues.

He was diagnosed in April and had a tumor the size of a football growing in his adrenal gland. Isaac has had a stem cell transplant, five rounds of chemotherapy, and will be starting radiation in a few weeks.

Read the full story here.

 

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