Brotherly Walk

Hunter Gandee, 14, holds his brother Braden Gandee, 7, in a harness on his back on Saturday, June 7, 2014, in Temperance, Mich. Hunter set out on a 40-mile trek on Saturday with his brother strapped to his back, hoping to raise awareness about the muscular condition, Cerebral Palsy Swagger, that prevents the younger boy from being able to walk without help. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Eric D. Lawrence) DETROIT NEWS OUT; NO SALES


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By June 08, 2014

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