Superheroes drop in on hospitalized children in Virginia

July 5, 2017

Window washers dressed as the superheroes Spider-Man, Batman, Thor and Superman recently waved to children inside the 11th floor of Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, Va., according to photo caption on the Roanoke Times website.

The window washers rappelled down to the children’s wing after spending a week cleaning windows of the Roanoke medical facility’s 15-story south tower.

In a related story, Power Rangers recently recently dropped in on hospitalized children in Philadelphia.

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