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Teddy bear lost at Milwaukee airport finds 5-year-old child

A little boy has found the teddy bear he lost at Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee. Her bear’s story has gone viral on the airport’s social media accounts. It has been seen by four million people around the world. Ezekiel Burnett was at the airport with his parents after Thanksgiving. They were visiting family in Wisconsin and returning to Dallas. Ezekiel was playing with his bear and threw it high into the rafters, where it got stuck. His family had to flee and left the bear behind. Ezekiel was devastated and cried all the way home, his father said. Airport workers spotted the bear in January and put it down. That’s when her story was shared on social media. The posts were shared thousands of times before Ezekiel’s mother finally recognized the bear. It was just a fun story. She was just on her phone, then she jumped up and then she said, she couldn’t even speak! I looked at him, and I thought, “That’s his bear.” Definitely, and it just took off from there.” Airport workers were able to track down Ezekiel. Southwest Airlines flew Ezekiel and his father to Milwaukee for the meeting Tuesday morning. Ezekiel said he was ” happy” to have his bear back in his arms. He said the bear’s name was “Original Teddy”. Part of the reason the posts went viral was due to the heart on the bear’s chest. ‘bear. It can mean a child with heart problems. Ezekiel is a healthy young boy who received the bear at birth. But his family was happy that their story was able to raise awareness for those who are not so lucky. Another interesting fact about the teddy bear saga is that it has also earned Milwaukee Airport the title of most followed airport on TikTok, having just overtaken Heathrow in London last week.

A little boy has found the teddy bear he lost at Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee.

Her bear’s story has gone viral on the airport’s social media accounts.

It has been seen by four million people around the world.

Ezekiel Burnett was at the airport with his parents after Thanksgiving.

They were visiting family in Wisconsin and returning to Dallas.

Ezekiel was playing with his bear and threw it high into the rafters, where it got stuck.

His family had to flee and left the bear behind.

Ezekiel was devastated and cried the whole way home, his father said.

Airport workers spotted the bear in January and put it down.

It was then that her story was shared on social media.

The posts were shared thousands of times before Ezekiel’s mother recognized the bear.

“My wife was sitting there, and a friend of hers had shared it via Facebook,” Ezekiel’s father told WISN 12. “It was just a funny story. She was just on her phone, and then she s stood up and said she couldn’t even talk! I looked at her and I was like, ‘That’s her bear.’ Definitely, and it just took off from there.”

Airport workers were able to find Ezekiel.

Southwest Airlines flew Ezekiel and his father to Milwaukee for the reunion on Tuesday morning.

Ezekiel said he was “happy” to have his bear in his arms again.

He said the bear’s name was “Original Teddy”.

Part of the reason the posts went viral was due to the heart on the bear’s chest.

It can mean a child with heart problems.

Ezekiel is a healthy young boy who was given the bear at birth.

But her family was happy that their story was able to raise awareness for those who are not so lucky.

Another interesting fact about the teddy bear saga: it also earned Milwaukee Airport the title of the most followed airport on TikTok.

They just overtook Heathrow in London last week.

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