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American Snapshot: Mom Hears Late Son's Heart Beat in 14-Year-Old Boy|Morning in America

A mother from Louisiana, Maria Peter Clark, donates her late son's heart to a 14-year-old boy, Jean Paul Marceaux. Clark's 25-year-old son Nicholas passed in a tragic car crash. Both families were excited to greet one another. Start your day with Morning in America, NewsNation's live three-hour national morning newscast hosted by Adrienne Bankert. NewsNation is your source for fact-based, unbiased news for all America. Find us online: https://www.newsnationnow.com/ Get our app: https://bit.ly/3AbFrG3 Watch us on TV or via streaming: https://bit.ly/3oxRmf5

American Snapshot: Mom Hears Late Son's Heart Beat in 14-Year-Old Boy|Morning in America

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