Five year-old Miles has been battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia since he was 20 months old. He wanted to be Batman for a day, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation made it happen. Today San Francisco transformed in to the dark and gritty Gotham City with the help of 11,000 volunteers. Miles saved a damsel in distress, drove around in the Batmobile and served some good old fashion justice to the Riddler and Penguin.
The #SFBatKid went viral with touching photos of BatKid saving the day:
What’s Batman without his Robin? #SFBatKid little brother is Robin pic.twitter.com/Eoh4kf0NOF
— SportsBlogNewYork (@SportBlogNYC) November 15, 2013
San Francisco is Gotham City today. #SFBatKid saves damsel in distress! pic.twitter.com/VU6ca3PQaw - People must feel safer today.
— Waqas Ali (@waqasaday) November 15, 2013
Ready for action! #sfbatkid pic.twitter.com/qh2Gw5sfeE
— patricia wilson (@pilarwish) November 15, 2013
What an amazing photo. What an amazing day! #SFBatKid (via @AP) pic.twitter.com/BPT5NwAT1S
— Sean McBride (@smcbride) November 15, 2013
Get ready Union Square, the newspaper delivery people are on their way! #specialedition #sfbatkid #sf pic.twitter.com/F3Q4c41ZT7
— Jessica Sara Mullins (@Mullin_Around) November 15, 2013
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