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A toddler with a genetic condition making him unable to walk is getting around with a little help from a local high school's robotics team.

Tyson and Krissy Jackson from Minnesota usually resort to putting their two-year-old son Cillian in a stroller or carry him everywhere they go.

According to CNN, Cillian's therapist suggested his parents seek help from a program called Go Baby Go, which provides children with disabilities a chance to be a kid in modified toy cars at a relatively affordable cost around $100 to $200.

Unfortunately, the Jackson's could not find a Go Baby Go location within close proximity, so they contacted the Rogue Robotics team at Farmington High School to see if they would be willing to provide him with a modified car.

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