Scout with disabilities spends spring break volunteering at hospital

An Indiana teenager who was born with spina bifida and 20 of his fellow Boy Scouts spent four days of spring break assembling red wagons for the Indiana University Health Riley Hospital for Children. The project was part of the teen's service project to become an Eagle Scout.

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