Superheroes Surprise Children at New York Hospital

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    Window washers disguised as superheroes suprised children at a New York hospital Wednesday, scrubbing the windows of their rooms in Batman and Spider-man costumes as the wide-eyed kids waved.

    Window washers disguised as superheroes surprised children at a New York hospital Wednesday, scrubbing the windows of their rooms in Batman and Spider-man costumes as the wide-eyed kids waved.
    Two Power Rangers stopped cleaning for a moment to give a window pane fist bump to a young child in a hospital gown at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. 
    Another child's infectious giggles were caught on video as Spider-Man made faces at him through the glass. 

    NewYork-Presbyterian staff also donned superhero costumers and cheered on the window washers from the sidewalks.  

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