VERMONTVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) - The kindness continues to pour in for a couple after a thief targeted their son's gravesite.
Zion Maldonado was born with Hydranencephaley, a congenital brain defect. He died Aug. 11 and was buried at a cemetery in Vermontville in Eaton County.
A $30 concrete, fire truck lawn ornament, with solar-powered headlights, was placed at the gravesite because the 6-year-old was afraid of the dark.
Someone stole that truck last week.
Another couple then donated a replica and gave it to Zion's parents.
Now, four other such fire trucks have been placed at the boy's gravesite.
Zion's family posed on Facebook, "Zion is lighting up and we are beyond thankful and happy."
The boy's parents are working to raise money to put in a permanent gravestone at the cemetery. Click here to help with donations.
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