Arkansas boy finds joy in new wheelchair swing

- A park in Fort Smith, Arkansas, has installed a swing made for children in wheelchairs, and one boy is delighted he can now join in on the fun.

Trish Allen shared a video of her ten-year-old son, Seth, absolutely delighted by the new installation at Creekmore Park. 

According to a local media report, Seth suffers from several ailments that stem from a stroke he had as an infant. Allen said in the post, “So glad to have this in our community.” 
 

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