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Boston Operator Drives Girl With Rare Disorder To Hospital

Posted on May 30, 2018
Doctor appointments are tough enough, so one operator decided he wanted to help.
Doctor appointments are tough enough, so one operator decided he wanted to help.

A Bridgewater girl with a rare genetic disorder is riding in style to her appointments at Boston Children's Hospital.

Mary Alice Tryda, 8, was born with a disorder that affects her muscles, joints, hearing, sight, and skin. When she and her family moved to Bridgewater from Ohio, her mother reached out to the community.

"It reminded me of a situation when I was a child. My mother would have to bring me back and forth to the hospital and I knew it was a burden on her and it was very stressful," said Silver City Limousine owner Steve Hipolito.

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