CHARLOTTE-- The group eagerly awaited the arrival of an 11:20 a.m. flight from Dulles. They made sure they had the right escalator and then they watched. The group was part of "Solace for the Children," a non-profit that's been bringing children to America for life-saving medical care since 1997.
And then, as they're eyes are fixed, they see Hemi Dula descend down the escalator with a bright smile on his face. Some U.S. Marines discovered him in Afghanistan and knew his health was serious enough for Solace to accept him.
"They [U.S. military] have become very instrumental in helping us identify the needs of the children over there," said Sandy Tabor-Gray. She's been part of the program for years. Two of her children and her husband were part of the airport crowd welcoming and photographing Hemi.
"There's nothing in words I can say to my boys that is
|Liveleak on Facebook|