YOSEMITE: A sick, eight-year-old boy became a Yosemite Park Ranger for the day thanks to a charity organization.
Gabriel Lavan Ying, from Florida spent a day at the national park were he helped control wild fires and assist injured hikers.
NBC Bay Area reports that for his hard work Gabriel received the special honor of being named an honorary, Yosemite National Park Service Ranger.
Gabriel's dream day was made possible thanks to the Make a Wish Foundation, the same charity who were also responsible for the wish of five-year-old, Miles Scot, aka BATKID.
Gabriel suffers with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, which affects the connective tissues (skin, joints and blood vessel walls). You can read more about the condition here.
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