Levi Krystosek, 10, of Ocean Springs poses with his mother, Dona, while wearing his special outfit planned for his upcoming Miracle Flight to visit his doctors in Chicago and Delaware. Levi has a rare form of degenerative debilitating dwarfism and uses Miracle Flights, a nonprofit that flies kids with rare diseases around the country for free so they can receive medical help. This Wednesday, Levi will take the 100,000 Miracle Flight.
Levi Krystosek, 10, of Ocean Springs poses with his mother, Dona, while wearing his special outfit planned for his upcoming Miracle Flight to visit his doctors in Chicago and Delaware. Levi has a rare form of degenerative debilitating dwarfism and uses Miracle Flights, a nonprofit that flies kids with rare diseases around the country for free so they can receive medical help. This Wednesday, Levi will take the 100,000 Miracle Flight. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Levi Krystosek, 10, of Ocean Springs poses with his mother, Dona, while wearing his special outfit planned for his upcoming Miracle Flight to visit his doctors in Chicago and Delaware. Levi has a rare form of degenerative debilitating dwarfism and uses Miracle Flights, a nonprofit that flies kids with rare diseases around the country for free so they can receive medical help. This Wednesday, Levi will take the 100,000 Miracle Flight. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Miracle Flights’ 100,000th trip will benefit ‘Little Levi’

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