LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — More than 60 motorcyclists took a ride through Lafayette to honor Graham Russell, 4.
Graham was born with half a heart and he's missing the half that pumps blood to the lungs.
Each rider paid $20 to $25 to register. Graham's father, Brock Russell said the motorcycle group found his family. He believes it's all a blessing.
“Really just God's goodness that he's still here with us,” said Russell. “He's been through eight surgeries, four open heart surgeries so truly it's a total God thing that we're here today and that Graham's here with us today.”
The riders rode from Nine Irish Brothers on State Road 38 to Hunter's Moon Harley-Davidson in Lafayette.
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