Yesterday we shared with you the story of an amazing 10-year old Oklahoma boy named Tobias Bass who contacted his local news team to try and borrow a jogger pusher so his disabled brother Titus could run with him in a 5K race. It’s the kind of story that makes your allergies overcome you while you’re working in a sawdust factory, or whatever it is kids on the Internet say these days to avoid saying they’re sobbing.
The good news at the end of that story was that a jogger pusher had been donated to the cause — a keeper, not a loaner. Tobias and Titus put it to use on Friday night and not only ran in the 5K, they finished strong. Here’s the heartwarming follow-up clip from OK’s News 9:
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