A little boy who had to undergo emergency surgery during his spring break in Florida will soon get back to his home state of Michigan.
Chandyn Thompson was born with a brain condition that no one in his family knew about until he fell ill during his Florida vacation, WZZM reported.
Chandyn had to have life-saving surgery thousands of miles from home.
Doctors wanted to have him flown from Florida to a Michigan children's hospital, but it came with a $44,000 price tag.
Donors put up the money, but executives with AeroCare Air Ambulance Service stepped it, donating the flight, WZZM reported.
Chandyn is expected to fly home Wednesday.
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