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‘BatKid’ saves San Francisco, takes over the internet

16
Nov
2013

Twitter is awash in the tweets following the superheroics of a lone hero in San Francisco know only as the BatKid. BatKid happens to be a five year old named Miles, who suffers from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After his parents wrote to the Make-A-Wish Foundation about Miles wish to become Batman, San Fran came out in a stunning show of support for him, turning the entire city into Gotham City. SF Chronicle prints special edition newspaper for #SFBatKid http://t.co/B9vfPF8Kn4 pic.twitter.com/UoBHiBny1L — Alex Yudelson (@AlexYudelson) November 15, 2013 On a local level, The San Francisco Chronicle released a special edition of its paper this morning in Miles honor, and reporters and citizens alike swarmed the city for hours to keep up with Miles adventures.

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