Texas community embraces boy who lost both parents to COVID-19
San Antonio community puts on a massive display of love and support with a birthday party and parade for 5-year-old Raiden Gonzalez, who recently lost both parents to COVID-19.
It's a party. Only a young five year old could dream up. A a day filled with birthday cake Words can't explain what I'm feeling right now. Santa and Mrs Claus on dinosaurs The community coming together a little bit is just such a big deal. Uh, through these times, show unity. More than anything, the massive car parade lasted nearly a our all of it for rating Gonzales. There's other people that are coming, you know, from other cities. The young boy's family has been tourney apart by Cove in 19. His parents Adana, Mariah, gone after losing their battles to the virus just months apart. You know, he says, he wishes he had him back. You know, is being adults because right now he he understands that they're angels now, and they're protecting us and watching over us, Reagan's grandmother, Rosie, says as his parents watch from above, she's overwhelmed by the swell of support shown by the community today. He's received. I mean so, so much and you know, it's like it's amazing how you know, it's like I tell him I go. All these people are doing this for you. And little Rayden is grateful for everyone who came by today to to those who stopped by the show him love, he says. Thank you. Reporting in San Antonio, Morgan Burrell.