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Monster Jam at Sanford


Some big truck drivers are visiting some very little kids.

Monster Jam truck drivers are putting smiles on the faces of kids at Sanford's Children's Hospital.
Driver Chad Tingler is from Virginia.
He's been driving Monster Trucks for ten years and says he tries to visit kids in the hospital whenever he gets the chance.

(Chad Tingler / Monster Truck Driver) "See some kids with smiles on their faces. When they are here all the time. We have met kids and they have been here pretty much all their lives and haven' been able to get out and about and be with their friends. So it's great to be able to be here and do some things for them."

The Monster Jam is this weekend at the Bismarck Civic Center.
Shows start at 7:30 Friday and Saturday night. 
There is also a 2 p.m. show on Saturday.


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