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This Dying Boy’s Wish Came True By A Bunch Of Strangers On His Birthday

A bunch of strangers came together to give a dying boy his birthday wish of sitting in a Ferrari

(Picture: SWNS)

Toby Penrose is an 11 year old boy was was diagnosed just last year with a rare inherited disorder that affects the adrenal glands and white matter of the brain called Adrenoleukodystrophy.

The symptoms include seizures, loss of vision, reduced mobility, and deafness. Even though terminally ill, his parents are more focused than ever on making plenty of precious family memories for him.

For his 11th birthday, his only wish was to sit in a sports car, so when he had asked to sit in a Ferrari for his birthday, his mother Emily knew that she absolutely had to make it happen.

She put up a Facebook post asking if anyone had a sports car that her son could sit in.

A young boy dying from a rare disease fulfilled his dream of riding in a Ferrari - when NINE kind-hearted owners turned up with their supercars. See SWNS story SWFERRARI: Terminally-ill Toby Penrose, 11, told his mum Emily he wanted to sit in the sports car for his 11th birthday. His family put out an appeal on Facebook and were stunned when nine strangers responded to make his dreams a reality. A fleet of Ferraris arrived for his party to the delight to Toby who suffers from the rare degenerative brain disease Adrenoleukodystrophy. The Italian supercars lined up outside the Esplanade Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall on Sunday. Delighted Toby made his way down the red carpet in his wheelchair where he was shown their huge engines.

(Picture: SWNS)

Nine strangers had immediately responded to Emily’s post and on Sunday, he was brought outside the Esplanade Hotel in Newquay where he was greeted by a whole fleet of Ferraris.

 

A young boy dying from a rare disease fulfilled his dream of riding in a Ferrari - when NINE kind-hearted owners turned up with their supercars. See SWNS story SWFERRARI: Terminally-ill Toby Penrose, 11, told his mum Emily he wanted to sit in the sports car for his 11th birthday. His family put out an appeal on Facebook and were stunned when nine strangers responded to make his dreams a reality. A fleet of Ferraris arrived for his party to the delight to Toby who suffers from the rare degenerative brain disease Adrenoleukodystrophy. The Italian supercars lined up outside the Esplanade Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall on Sunday. Delighted Toby made his way down the red carpet in his wheelchair where he was shown their huge engines.

(Picture: SWNS)

“The support from all of these people – who most of them we’ve never met – is absolutely amazing, this event really made his birthday. It means a lot to him and a lot to us.” said Emily.

Toby Penrose with mum Emily. A young boy dying from a rare disease fulfilled his dream of riding in a Ferrari - when NINE kind-hearted owners turned up with their supercars. See SWNS story SWFERRARI: Terminally-ill Toby Penrose, 11, told his mum Emily he wanted to sit in the sports car for his 11th birthday. His family put out an appeal on Facebook and were stunned when nine strangers responded to make his dreams a reality. A fleet of Ferraris arrived for his party to the delight to Toby who suffers from the rare degenerative brain disease Adrenoleukodystrophy. The Italian supercars lined up outside the Esplanade Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall on Sunday. Delighted Toby made his way down the red carpet in his wheelchair where he was shown their huge engines.

(Picture: SWNS)

Source: Metro.co.uk

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