Hospital volunteers amp up patients’ wheelchairs for Halloween, create amazing costumes

Young patients at the Shriners’ Hospital in Salt Lake City had a Halloween season they won’t forget.

Twenty-one children who are being treated at the hospital had their wheelchairs transformed into a Millennium Falcon, a taco truck, a door from Monster’s Inc. or a dozen other special costumes, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

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Shriners made the costumes to decorate and enhance the children’s planned outfits.

The costumes were put on the chairs earlier in the month, but were reinstalled for Halloween.

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