PHOTOS: Family donates son's unique Halloween costumes

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Now that Halloween is over, some parents may be wondering what to do with their children's costumes.

A family in New Jersey donates custom-made costumes made for their son, 7-year-old Harrison, who has cerebral palsy.

This year Harrison was a firefighter, and his wheelchair was transformed into a fire truck.

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A family in Hopewell, Mercer County, donates custom-made costumes made for their son, 7-year-old Harrison, who has cerebral palsy. (Courtesy: Carolyn Mylowe)



His aide even dressed up as a Dalmatian.

Harrison's dad is a shop teacher, and is able to make some pretty incredible costumes.

In the past he's been an ice cream truck, a post man and a garbage truck.

And each year they donate the costumes to kids in the area.
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