Louisiana Man Fulfills 4-Year-Old Twin Sisters' 2020 Santa Wish List The sisters attached their lists to balloons and released them outside. About 500 miles away, Alvin Bamburg spotted a balloon in a tree. The Washington Post reports he got the girls what they wanted.
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Louisiana Man Fulfills 4-Year-Old Twin Sisters' 2020 Santa Wish List

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Louisiana Man Fulfills 4-Year-Old Twin Sisters' 2020 Santa Wish List

Louisiana Man Fulfills 4-Year-Old Twin Sisters' 2020 Santa Wish List

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The sisters attached their lists to balloons and released them outside. About 500 miles away, Alvin Bamburg spotted a balloon in a tree. The Washington Post reports he got the girls what they wanted.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Last year, 4-year-old twins Gianella and Luna attached their Santa wish list to balloons and released them into the sky. They asked for candy, flowers and a puppy. Five hundred miles away, Alvin Bamburg saw one of the balloons in a tree. He told The Washington Post he reached the family on Facebook and started shipping them presents. Then he found a dachshund breeder and showed up to deliver Max the puppy. It's MORNING EDITION.

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