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Young patients at the Shriners’ Hospital in Salt Lake City had a Halloween season they won’t forget.

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Twenty-one children who are being treated at the hospital had their wheelchairs transformed into a Millennium Falcon, a taco truck, a door from “Monster’s Inc.” or a dozen other special costumes, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

Shriners made the costumes to decorate and enhance the children’s planned outfits.

The costumes were put on the chairs earlier in the month, but were reinstalled for Halloween.

By Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk |