5-year-olds step in to help friend with cerebral palsy at water park

Andrea Mackey said the kind gesture that she captured on video confirmed to her that her son, Jeffrey, 6, would always have someone by his side to help.
1:52 | 08/08/19

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Finally tonight America strong the helping hands that one child's mother wanted the world to see. At first glance it all looked so normal kids holding his and a water park. We'll look closely one of those five year old the one of the middle actually needs help. That's Jeff Beck who has cerebral palsy but he hasn't let it slow down. Fury is at a playground. Playing soccer and recently that unforgettable day at the water park. Whether you're could have the discarded are not you always worry about and with Jeffrey I worry a little more railways have. On the net I just affirmation for me that you know somebody will always help and so when French radio Joyce and Kane Ramon Saul little Jeffrey needed some help. They each held this hint walking with him all over thunder island water park in central New York. Quite heat gets cold has muscles get tighter than -- such as it's harder for him off harder for him to keep up. Something we have noticed at the water park. It's. Okay they are my own. Wolf how a parent or both I have this day. And Jeffrey Skilling are Syracuse station portal well tell me what you felt when your friends ran over the. The lightning bolt had Aggie cap. Jeffries mug shot the video and posted online more and more people are now clicking on it. And it's watching it makes you feel a little better a little happier Jeffries bomb says that's why she shared. Thanking people needed to see it I think based three tiny hearts and do an amazing thing goes to the camera to be good adults and they won't always help them some of Ali's head is that we have a great community a great support team so I'm a little less worry today. And we think the MacKey family for sharing that story especially this week and we think you for watching I'm Tommy Thomas in York helps you right back here tomorrow.

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