Saturday was a very special day at Centennial Park for one of Channel 4's biggest fans.
Zach Sutton suffers from a condition called hydrocephalus, basically described as water on the brain.
Sutton is important to Channel 4's meteorologist Dan Thomas. Thomas says Sutton is a huge weather fan, they email each other back and forth all the time. Sutton's family even made a trip down to our station to see the 4 Warn Weather Center.
Saturday, Thomas joined Sutton's family at Centennial Park to support him in the inaugural hydrocephalus walk, an event that's all about raising awareness and research funds for hydrocephalus.
Dr. Noel Tulipan said, "I think this is the best first turn out, it's great and I'm glad they came out to support us."
Sutton is such a big fan of Channel 4, that he made special shirts for his walking team. On the back they say, "While they're working for you, we're working for Zach."
When Sutton was born, doctors said he'd likely only live 10 years, he is now 20 years old, a walking miracle!
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