Dream suffering from leukemia, 12-year-old boy was to blow up something.
12-year-old boy Declan from Australia, who suffers from leukemia, was able to participate in police training exercises, during which they carried out controlled explosions of explosive devices and the operation to free the hostages.
Charitable organization Make-a-wish got in touch with Declan when he spent seven months undergoing chemotherapy.
A wish child was a kind – for its implementation was necessary to enlist the support of authorities.
“Declan was a dream to blow something up, we could do it,” said police spokesman David Sharpe.
According to him, to find volunteers to participate in police exercises together with the baby was easy.
The teenager, who is now in remission after cancer, also invited to the residence of the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
“Declan was not feeling well, but today he was able to experience what it was like to sit in a chair for the head of the government,” – said the Prime Minister.
After a visit to the Parliament, the teenager met the Governor-General of Australia Peter Cosgrove and went, accompanied by us Marines on a tour of the U.S. Embassy.
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