Young boy battling a life-threatening disease gets trip to Disney World

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CLEVELAND – Memphis has had 28 major surgeries and 41 minors surgeries, including a liver transplant, while being treated at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for a life-threatening disease.

The trip was made possible thanks to donations from the Rossi Family, 1n3 LLC Event Management, & the Bob Vincent Memorial Golf Tournament in partnership with A Special Wish.

A Special Wish grants wishes for children in Cleveland battling life-threatening diseases.

Memphis and his family left Cleveland Hopkins Airport via Spirit Airlines early Sunday morning.

Before departing, the crew at Spirit Airlines let Memphis sit in the cockpit of the plane. Spider-Man was also there to wish him a great trip.

For the next seven days, the family will be staying at the Give Kids the World Village in Orlando.

The family will get to go to both Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando.