By writer to www.mlive.com
BAY CITY, MI – Sirens started blaring as ambulances, police autos, fireplace vehicles and extra drove down the highway to Aaron Bovia’s residence to welcome him again. Aaron, 12, arrived in a Michigan State Police car and waved to those that participated within the welcome residence drive-by celebration Wednesday, April 21.
Aaron underwent a coronary heart transplant earlier this month as a result of being identified with a uncommon situation known as Tetralogy of Fallot at delivery. Despite the fact that Aaron had visited the hospital frequently for procedures stemming from his coronary heart points, his father Earl Bovia mentioned it wasn’t on their radar he would want a coronary heart transplant.
All through the years, the Bay Metropolis neighborhood has continued to point out their assist for Aaron and the household, in order that they made positive to provide him a grand gesture to return residence to.
“I’m pleased that I’m lastly residence in any case that occurred on the hospital and I’m pleased that I’ve everybody right here simply to assist me,” Aaron mentioned. “It makes me really feel higher.”
He mentioned his hospital keep was good although he was able to go residence and he’s wanting ahead to enjoyable and never having to fret about a lot.
Earl mentioned they’d known as individuals inside the neighborhood and posted on Fb that they might admire if those that wished to would drive by to formally welcome Aaron residence.
“It’s an important feeling in any case we’ve been by means of for the final couple of months, to lastly come residence and at last have Aaron residence and be again to Bay Metropolis once more,” Earl mentioned.
The occasion lasted for about 30 minutes as household and associates handed balloons, toys and playing cards by means of their home windows for Aaron.
“He’s received a vivid future with a brand new coronary heart in order that’s simply an incredible factor,” Earl mentioned. “We simply wish to say thanks to the entire neighborhood as a result of all people has been so supportive. Can’t say thanks sufficient.”
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