Message in Snow Gives Warmth to Hospital Patients

One family's "HI MOM" message was seen by patients and staff at a Chicago hospital.
3:00 | 02/11/14

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It turns out all this winter weather and snow hasn't been all bad. In Chicago on the roof of a parking center for the Rush University Medical Center. This message carved in the snow hi mom god bless you -- nurse in the surgical intensive care unit -- four people working in unison. Leading the larger than life note around 1 in the morning early Sunday. No one knows who did it or for -- it was intended but it can be seen from some eighty rooms and has brightened the days of many hospital patients.

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