Imagine you're a child in the hospital. You're feeling sick and perhaps a bit scared. You look out the window longingly, wishing you could go home.
Suddenly, you catch a glimpse of Captain America, Spider-Man, Flash and Batman. They're washing the windows, but the guys are really on a secret assignment for the third year in a row.
The superheroes were sent by Dean O'Connor, from Larry's Window Services, to hand out high fives to the little patients at Blank Children's Hospital and to draw smiley faces on the windows.
Amy Varoce, who's a hospital spokesperson, hopes that for ten minutes they can forget where they are and just be a kid.
"The smiles say it all when these special friends fly by their room," said Amy "The kids at Blank Children's Hospital are true super heroes every day."
Chuck Davis, AKA Spider-Man, is committed. "We used to rent costumes and now we bought them," Chuck said. "Any chance that we get, we do it."
Story Source: CBS News