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Last fall, Darrel Ballard’s heart started dying.
He was in and out of hospitals for months before he wound up at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, waiting for a transplant. During much of that time, he had only been allowed to see and speak to his children over Skype.
But his nurses made arrangements for his family to visit him on Jan. 28, his daughter Autumn’s fourth birthday.
"He was so sick, he could hardly hold his head up," said Stacy Ballard, Darrel's wife. "Autumn told him she asked God to give him a new heart."
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