Dream flip gives teenager the wildest time of her life

 

HIGH FLYERS: Leukaemia patient Nwabisa, of Port Elizabeth, thanks benefactor Arnold Terblanche, who donated the helicopter flight. Picture: EUGENE COETZEE
HIGH FLYERS: Leukaemia patient Nwabisa, of Port Elizabeth, thanks benefactor Arnold Terblanche, who donated the helicopter flight. Picture: EUGENE COETZEE

A BEAMING Port Elizabeth teenager’s wildest dreams came true early yesterday when she was treated to a bird’s eye view of the spectacular Royalston Residential Estate and Private Game Reserve and the abundant wildlife teeming there.

Leukaemia patient Nwabisa (surname withheld), 14, who is receiving treatment at the Provincial Hospital in Port Elizabeth where she recently spent time in isolation, was treated to the game reserve outing of a lifetime as a result of a joint initiative between Kragga Kamma Road Royalston, the Port Elizabeth branch of the Reach For a Dream Foundation and Arnold Terblanche of Proac Engineering in the Bay. – Shaun Gillham

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