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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Boy Suffering From Rare Disease Sworn In As Wildwood Police Officer

WILDWOOD, N.J. (CBS)— A young boy suffering from a rare disease gets to live out his dreams after the Wildwood Police Department swears him in as a honorary police officer.

Ethan Kranig, 9 of Prescott, WI was diagnosed Ectrodactyly Ectodermal Dysplasia and has lost all of his vision in his right eye and over 55% in his left eye! Since birth, he’s had over 31 operations.

Ethan’s mom Natalie is a emergency room nurse and an EMT. She wanted her son to see the sea and put his feet in the ocean. So Natalie planned a trip to the Wildwoods to coincide with a visit to John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for a follow up from some recent surgery.

But an even bigger dream of Ethan’s came true.

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EDITOR'S NOTE:
If you are a police or fire department and would like to send a patch to Ethan’s collection, please do so at the following address:
Lunch With Lynch Foundation
P.O. Box 1322
Wildwood, NJ 08260

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