A 10-year-old Canadian boy who flew to New York as part of his dying wish arrived in the Big Apple only to find his customized wheelchair had been badly damaged by Air Canada. Without the chair, Tanner Bawn was immobile and spent nearly a day stuck in his Manhattan hotel room waiting for a replacement.
Bawn, 10, of Vancouver, has muscular dystrophy and is immobile without the electric wheelchair. According to Scott Stratten, a family friend, doctors give Bawn a year and a half to live.
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