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Blind children enjoy special Easter egg hunt

Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 00:38

April 13 - An Easter egg hunt in Florida uses special beeping eggs so that blind and visually impaired children can join in on the fun. Vanessa Johnston reports.

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A young girl excitedly looks for eggs to fill her basket. This Easter egg hunt in Florida uses beeping eggs. That way blind and visually impaired children can join in on the Easter fun. Jennifer Dowell is the mother of 4-year-old Christopher. SOUNDBITE (English) JENNIFER DOWELL, MOM OF BLIND CHILD, SAYING: "He's visually impaired, so trying to see normal eggs would be hard. So with having the beeping, he's able to find the eggs and act just like a normal kid." After the hunt, the children enjoy their new toys - and their new friends.

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Blind children enjoy special Easter egg hunt

Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 00:38