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Teen walks 40 miles to raise awareness for cerebral palsy

BEDFORD, Mich. --- A Michigan teen walked 40 miles this weekend to raise awareness for cerebral palsy. He did it all with his little brother on his back.


His efforts to bring awareness about cerebral palsy has gotten attention all across the United States and the world.


"Honestly, when I thought of the idea I thought it would be just me and Braden. Obviously, as you can see, it's not that," Hunter Gandee said.  


Gandee wasn't alone in his effort. A long line of friends and supporters followed the boys this weekend.  


They motivated him to keep going.


Gandee said those he can't carry on his back, he carries in his heart.

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