A 9-year-old boy fighting bone cancer arrived at his treatment in style on Tuesday.
Along with his mother, Beckett Wyatt landed on the roof of VCU Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia, after his first-ever helicopter ride.
“He absolutely loved it,” mom Kymmie Wyatt of Midlothian, Virginia, told ABC News. “As soon as we got in the air, he asked me a bunch of times if I was OK … it was so cute. He said that’s probably the best thing he’s ever done.”
In June 2016, Beckett was diagnosed with stage 4 Ewing’s sarcoma, a form of bone cancer.
And although he’s been in and out of treatments, Kymmie Wyatt said her son, who makes doctors laugh with his Donald Trump impression, never lets his sickness get him down.
“He pushed through it and he loves when he’s able to encourage other kids,” Wyatt said. “It has never occurred to him once that he will …