Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Sean Anderson loves hospitals, ambulances and helicopters and even though he’s spent the last 18 years in and out of medical facilities, he still gets a thrill from visiting them. It’s only fitting that AirMed help grant Sean’s wish of flying in a helicopter.
Sean was born with muscular dystrophy and has autism. AirMed and the Make-a-Wish Foundation partnered to make the Stansbury Park teen’s wish a reality. Sean is currently hooked to a ventilator, but that didn’t stop him from boarding an AirMed helicopter and taking a ride around the Salt Lake Valley.
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