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Classmates Bring Prom To Hospitalized Millington Friend [VIDEO]

Brady Gulledge has missed several months of school and had to miss Saturday’s formal dance at his Millington school too. Kind of.

The 8th grade student is receiving life-saving care at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor. Brady’s classmates didn’t want him to miss the dance so they came to him Friday night!

The Pediatric ICU was transformed into a formal space just for Brady, thanks to staff at the hospital and an organization called “Wish Upon a Teen”.  There was even a disco ball to set the mood! One of his doctors Dr. Joseph Custer even wore a tux for the occasion. All of us here at Cars 108 Brady wish you a speedy recovery. More in the video.

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