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Super Heroes Wash Windows Outside Mission Hospital

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Children at Mission Health were treated to quite a sight Monday.

Window washers dressed up like super heroes for the day.

"I think it is really neat," said 11-year-old Heidi Cruz-Salazar.

Costumes included Iron Man, Spider-Man, Batman, Green Lantern and Cat Woman.

"It is good to come over here and see a smile on their faces and cheer them up," said Daniel Coronell who played Batman for the day.

The superhero window washing session was a first for Mission Children's Hospital.  Officials say they wanted to give patients something to take that would help take their mind off being sick. 

"This is just a bonus for us," said Sam Moses who has been a high-rise window washer since 1979.

These familiar characters prove that everyone has a special power, even if it's just giving someone a brighter day.

Super Heroes Wash Windows Outside Mission Hospital

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Emily Pace
Emily is a general assignment reporter covering Buncombe, Polk, Rutherford and Henderson Counties.
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