Given an iron bionic arm to a kiddie fan

Robert Downey Jr. Gifts 7-Year-Old with an ‘Iron Man’ Bionic Arm


Aside from playing the superhero Iron Man on the big screen, Robert Downey Jr. also does good deeds in real life. The actor, along with Albert Manero, a University of Central Florida student, founder of the volunteer group Limbitless Solutions, presented a heartwarming gift to seven-year-old Alex Pring, who was born with a partially developed arm.
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Like all other boys his age, Alex has two favorite things: superheroes and riding his bike. However, his birth defect makes it hard for him to ride a bike.

Albert, a #CollectiveProject student who helps build and donate low-cost, 3D-printed bionic limbs to children all over the world, believed that Alex was the perfect candidate for the program. He decided to surprise him with a new bionic 3D-printed arm at no cost. But, he didn’t perform the task himself. He called out to a very special friend to help him—Iron Man himself.
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