Transcript for Family, friends help children in wheelchairs rock Halloween in style
and ask for your free Decision Guide. Finally tonight here, America strong. We learned of a grandfather going above and beyond on this Halloween, and he's not the only one. 5-year-old Blake from prospect, Ohio, born with spina bifida, he is wheelchair-bound. This year for Halloween, Blake's parents got an idea, and grandpa Gary got to work. Got it! Reporter: In the garage for days, taking a cardboard box and creating a school bus. On the side, "Blake county schools." Blake helping grandpa with the finishing touches. One, two, three Jr. Reporter: Trying it on. Bus is ready. Let me see. Come here! Let me see! There he is! The big school bus! Reporter: Blake and his bus pulling into school. His parents, his grandpa, checking in with us. Just to see him happy means the world to us. Reporter: Across the country, making sure every child gets a Halloween. In grand rapid pids, Michigan, 6-year-old Alex is now piloting his plane. 6-year-old Olivia is a mermaid. And divia, who is she? Moana! Reporter: Outside, a parade for all of the children. And the team at magic wheelchair, making those wheelchairs invisible. They held a "Star wars" parade. And 6-year-old Branson west getting a surprise from spider-man. He deserves to feel special. He really does. Reporter: Because after all, one spider-man can't do it all on Halloween. Every child deserves Halloween. And we hope you have a happy and safe Halloween. Thank you for watching here on a Wednesday night. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow night.
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