Tooth Fairy Reaches Out To Boy Who Lost Tooth During Beach Vacation When Lucas Hamrick lost his tooth, he and mom wrote a letter to the tooth fairy, put it in a bottle and tossed it into the ocean. The tooth fairy, who may live in Dayton, Ohio, wrote back.
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Tooth Fairy Reaches Out To Boy Who Lost Tooth During Beach Vacation

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Tooth Fairy Reaches Out To Boy Who Lost Tooth During Beach Vacation

Tooth Fairy Reaches Out To Boy Who Lost Tooth During Beach Vacation

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When Lucas Hamrick lost his tooth, he and mom wrote a letter to the tooth fairy, put it in a bottle and tossed it into the ocean. The tooth fairy, who may live in Dayton, Ohio, wrote back.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Lucas Hamrick lost his tooth playing in the waves at the beach this summer, so he and his mom wrote a letter to the tooth fairy, put it in a bottle and tossed it in the ocean. They were very surprised when the tooth fairy wrote back. Her letter to Lucas says, good news - mermaids found your tooth and gave it to me. And according to the letter's postmark, the tooth fairy lives in Dayton, Ohio. It's MORNING EDITION.

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