Amanda Biggs told the Herald-Leader that her son Tyler Biggs, 13, has an inoperable brain tumor and is legally blind. He has an awkward gait and falls a lot. She said that Tyler has to have constant adult supervision
Amanda Biggs told the Herald-Leader that her son Tyler Biggs, 13, has an inoperable brain tumor and is legally blind. He has an awkward gait and falls a lot. She said that Tyler has to have constant adult supervision Photo courtesy of Amanda Biggs
Amanda Biggs told the Herald-Leader that her son Tyler Biggs, 13, has an inoperable brain tumor and is legally blind. He has an awkward gait and falls a lot. She said that Tyler has to have constant adult supervision Photo courtesy of Amanda Biggs

Boy has brain cancer and is legally blind. He walked out of school and fell in a ditch.

October 03, 2017 06:33 PM

UPDATED October 03, 2017 07:05 PM

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