Man Sets Up Corvette Parade for 10-Year Old Boy with Brain Cancer

Kyer Drenning of Fort Wayne, Indiana looks on as a parade of Corvettes drives by in a show of support for him. Photo: Fort Wayne’s NBC

In this day and age, we can all use a little hope and joy and this story is one of those.

Sam Collins of Fort Wayne, Indiana came across a photo taken of his 1955 Chevy truck at a car show a year ago.  In the photo was 10-year old, Kyler Drenning admiring the truck.

Kyler was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer when he was four-years-old and Collins decided to do something special for Kyler to give him a little support.  As a result, Collins spent a year tracking the young boy down and eventually found him.

Collins went to work and set up a local Corvette parade for Kyler who was overwhelmed by the show of support.

Click on the image to watch the video.

Kyler has been battling the disease for six years now and continues to go to St. Judes for treatment.

Get well soon Kyler!!

Source:  WPTA21

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