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Airlines take a lot of heat for losing luggage or getting into scrapes with passengers. But every once in a while, airline staff go above and beyond to help a customer that makes it feel that you're actually flying the friendly skies.

This was the case when a first grader from North Dakota left a treasured Nike shirt on a Delta plane on the way home from a trip to California. This wasn't an ordinary shirt. According to WDAY, it was the shirt that Brian Holzer, Cole's father, was wearing when he died two years ago in a freak accident after he fell while putting up Christmas Lights.

Cole, 7, reportedly carried the tattered shirt everywhere and would even cuddle up with it before going to bed because

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That's a good story. Glad things work out like they did.

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