Inland Empire News
Family of Redlands boy with leukemia given car, toys
REDLANDS, Calif. (KABC) -- Santa Claus delivered a refurbished car filled with Christmas gifts to the family of an 11-year old fighting leukemia.
Isaiah Angull and his family received the gifts Thursday at a ceremony in Redlands. Santa drove up in the donated Honda. It's part of Caliber Collision's Recycled Rides Program.
"This is just awesome. We got a brand new car, and we really needed it. Thank you everyone here," said Angull. "Have a very Merry Christmas, and just live life to the fullest because life is awesome, so don't take anything for granted."
Caliber team members volunteered personal time to repair the car and collect gifts for the family.
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