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Girl who made Russell Wilson a duct tape wallet gets a new heart


Girl who made Russell Wilson a duct tape wallet gets a new heart

September 27, 2013


Source - KING 5 TV

Russell Wilson, quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, said the best part of his week was during his visit to Seattle Children’s where an 11-year-old, Allison, gave him a handmade Seahawks duct tape wallet. Allison received a heart transplant on Wednesday and is recovering well, according to her family.

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