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Penn students create wheelchair-fitted Halloween costume for Elkhart boy

NOW: Penn students create wheelchair-fitted Halloween costume for Elkhart boy

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – A boy in Elkhart will be able to trick-or-treat as one of his favorite superheroes thanks to a few Penn High School students.

Zephan Cantu is wheelchair bound due to cerebral palsy and now has a costume of the Hulk fitted for his wheelchair.

The costume makes noise and has moveable arms like the superhero.

“It was awesome, I did not expect to be this much detail and this much robotic and just do as much as it does. I expected big but not this big,” said his mom, Leeann Cantu.

Cantu was also given his own Hulk costume to wear alongside his wheelchair’s costume for Halloween.

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