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And sometimes, Santa has a helper.
Firefighters in gary, Indiana, brought some christmas cheer to a young boy who has been denied a visit from Santa Claus. Apparently, the kid’s service dog, was the reason why he is not in a position to meet santa Claus.
The Brownsburg Fire Territory is brought up as Santa for 8-year-old, Tyler is on a Monday, and CBS-Indy 4 reports. Santa came to his house in a fire truck, much to the delight of the young boy, who is believed to have been a big fan of the fire department.
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Tyler’s family had already tried to get to see Santa in Indianapolis, indiana with a single location, but was turned away because he was a dog.
On Facebook, the fire department shared the photo of He and his dog, meeting Santa in the front of their truck. She captioned the photo, “It was an honor to be able to help you to have a little bit of Christmas joy to our dear friend, Tyler. A special thank you goes out to Santa for helping us to pull off this last-minute visit.”
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The fire brigade had been posted, “We have a situation with one of our Brownsburg residents. A family with a child with special needs a guide dog. Last week, they went to see Santa in Indianapolis, indiana, and were denied access to Santa, for the sake of the service of the other side. He was crushed to death.”
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The post continued, “We can’t solve all of the problems in the world, but if we can make a difference, and we will get in the car. Tonight, Santa will make a special run to a fire engine that needed a cure, and a number of holiday cheer to this young child.”