Three weeks late, one family held an Easter egg hunt Saturday that one of their children barely lived to see.
Seven-year-old Braydon Waters was so excited for his Easter egg hunt three weeks ago he ran into traffic and was hit by a truck as his family left Easter service at their church three weeks ago.
At first, he wasn't breathing. But his father says a CPR instructor who happened to be nearby, brought Braydon back to life before their eyes.
Braydon's still a little banged up, but he's back home now. So his parents thought he should finally get that Easter egg hunt.
"It's just amazing that we could do it, that he's still here, it's nothing short of a miracle," said Amy Waters.
All Braydon's friends and family also wore slings like his, so it was a one-armed egg hunt.
Braydon's parents say they don't blame the driver. They say it was all an accident that thankfully had a happy ending.