Police officers fulfill the dream of a child with disabilities and allow him to raise the National Flag every day (PHOTOS)

Police officers fulfill the dream of a child with disabilities and allow him to raise the National Flag every day (PHOTOS)

Ángel was born with bladder exstrophy, hip dislocation, myelomeningocele, club foot and imperforate anus. He has more than three operations and still has others to go. Although the 6-year-old boy spends a lot of time in the hospital for his treatment, he does not lose faith and dreams of walking to play soccer and being a policeman to catch thieves.

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Yesterday, the policemen from the Sapallanga district police station fulfilled one of the minor’s dreams, which was to raise the flag at the police station where he was declared an honorary member for his love of the country. “Every day he raises the flag at his house in the Miraflores neighborhood and when evening comes he keeps the emblem,” the police say.

In the midst of the joy for the long-awaited lifting, little Nataly (6), who suffered burns to save her pets, came with another surprise for Angelito, she gave him one of the wheelchairs that they gave him, for the minor who did not walks and is carried by his mother. The gift made Ángel happy, and he asked the police to place a small flag on the chair.

Police officers fulfill the dream of a child with disabilities and allow him to raise the National Flag every day (PHOTOS)

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“When I walk I’m going to be a policeman,” says the student who occupies one of the first places in his school very confidently. While his mother, Blanca Ortiz, thanked PNP Colonel Colin Sim for his support, the minor asked the journalists to help him get to know the commentator Erick Osores.

Moved by his case, the owners of the Ticllas transport company promised to take him and his mother to Lima every month for treatment.

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