Police send-off for terminally ill boy

Louie Schneider, 9, of Little Rock, Arkansas, has been battling an undiagnosed terminal illness for more than a year.
3:00 | 03/01/19

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I had no idea. That again as we would drive to the hospital and and Luis. The last time a car hit and it's past time writing in a vehicle. It is treason being lined with people honoring his sign. News. You. Then he asked. If I would take him in the hospital. And hate news exactly why he was going to the hospital. He would say he was going hospital to succeed to see Jesus. It. And. That they would be saluting and waving and waving flags hired trip with a ladder extended in there and me. And the envy him police motorcycles stopping traffic in all of these people waving an honoring my son.

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