April Beaver cried as she heard her son Caleb's heart beating in the chest of Charles Shelton of Lexington on Thursday in Gulfport, Miss. Shelton received the teen's heart in a Dec. 26 transplant  operation.
April Beaver cried as she heard her son Caleb's heart beating in the chest of Charles Shelton of Lexington on Thursday in Gulfport, Miss. Shelton received the teen's heart in a Dec. 26 transplant operation.
April Beaver cried as she heard her son Caleb's heart beating in the chest of Charles Shelton of Lexington on Thursday in Gulfport, Miss. Shelton received the teen's heart in a Dec. 26 transplant operation.

Family meets Lexington man who got teen's heart in transplant

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