Boy Battling Cancer Saddles Up on His Very Own 'Unicorn'
Published on 13 Dec 2019, 14:09
The family of Chris Hixon, the coach who sacrificed his own life saving students during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year, was treated to a much-deserved reminder of the positive things in life. Hixon, a U.S. Navy veteran, ran towards the gunfire and is credited with saving lives by herding students out of harm's way. Now, his family's home is getting a makeover, thanks to the Lifetime show "Military Makeover," with Montel Williams and co-host Art Edmonds.
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