five years ago got the San Francisco a small private superhero ”Batkid”.
It was cancer and Miles Scott, who took it upon themselves superhjältedräkten and got his highest wish granted.
Now it has been five years and the Miles are free from the cancer.
do you Remember how San Francisco was turned into Gotham and a superhero swept back over the city streets? The year was 2013 and the little superhero character called Miles ”Batkid” Scott.
Miles was five years old and fighting leukemia. A diagnosis he received when he was just 18 months old.
With the help of the organization Make-A-Wish Foundation, he got to live his superhero dream for a day, Make-A-Wish Foundation tells us about. Today is Miles ten years old, and he continues to be a superhero.
– After having fought his own heroic struggle with leukemia since he was a year, visiting the Miles his oncologist once a year and has been in remission from leukemia the last five years, " says Make-A-Wish Foundation, which made a follow-up on the Miles.
Batkid stopped the crime – was universally praised by the police
During his day as San Francisco's youngest superhero had ”Batkid”. He had to stop a crook who robbed a bank vault and help a woman who had been tied up by a bad guy.
Not even during their lunch got the little super hero the rest. Then came a message from the city's chief of police who asked for superhjältens help to stop an ongoing crime – someone tried to steal San Francisco's mascot Lou Seal.
”Batkid” managed to stop the crime and was thanked by the chief of police. And he got to come to the town hall where the mayor and thousands of impressive and supportive citizens gave him a warm welcome. One day as the little super hero late would forget and the whole world's attention.
Cancer-Miles got the message of Obama
Make-A-Wish Foundation which is a non-profit organization, also got several contributions after the story of ”Batkid” began to spread. And Miles desire that was fulfilled later became a documentary ”Batkid begins”.
today is Miles ten years old and loves the research, the robots and playing baseball. But he also likes to help on the family farm. And most likely he is still quite fond of the superheroes.