Coronavirus Kindness: 4-year-old San Francisco boy receives surprise birthday parade full of trucks

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The son of two San Francisco frontline health workers received a very special gift for his birthday on Tuesday.

Four-year-old Connor Walsh couldn't believe his eyes as a long line of trucks paraded past his home.

His parents say they wanted to do something special for Connor, who was born prematurely and suffers from some chronic health issues.

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Connor loved it so much, he blew kisses their way.

"This became so much bigger than I thought it could be. So I'm a bit overwhelmed, but it's a good overwhelmed," Mother Laura Walsh said.

The Walsh's received help organizing the parade from AAA, which provided a vehicle, as did the San Francisco Fire and Police Departments, PG&E, Cemex, and others.

Connor even got the chance to sit on a real police motorcycle and neighbors waived balloons for his birthday.

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