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Conjoined Twin Treated at Seattle Children’s Says ‘Thank You’ to Russell Wilson
January 28, 2015
Like many Seattle natives, 22-year-old Kevin Mick is a passionate Seahawks fan. Despite now living in Alma, Ark., Mick said the Hawks will always be his team, not just for their athletic talents, but for their actions off the field as well. “The fact that Russell Wilson takes the time to visit patients every week […]
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