FDNY gives two-wheel surprise to boy impaled by his bike

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(ABC News) — A New York City boy who suffered a wound after he was impaled by his bicycle handlebars has received a gift from the firefighters who came to his aid.
Tyreis Morris took a spill near his home in Laurelton, Queens, last Saturday and emergency responders arrived to the scene within minutes.
Firefighters from Ladder 158, Engine 311 found Tyreis with a portion of his bike jammed into his thigh, but the 9-year-old didn’t seem bothered.
He was cool as a cucumber. He was very, very smooth,” firefighter Brian Martin told ABC station WABC in New York.

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