3-year anniversary of Batkid saving San Francisco

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Miles Scott in 2013, left, and Miles Scott in 2016, right.
Miles Scott in 2013, left, and Miles Scott in 2016, right.
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Remember when thousands came together in San Francisco to help make Miles Scott's Make-A-Wish dream of becoming Batkid come true?

Miles has something in common with the caped crusader - bravery. He was diagnosed with leukemia at just 18 months. Fortunately, he's now in remission.

His wish was to become Batman and Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area made it happen in grand fashion.

PHOTOS: Batkid plays hero for a day in San Francisco

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Batkid at San Francisco's City Hall after recieving the key to the city on November 15, 2013.

Thousands of people helped turn San Francisco into Gotham City to help make his dream come true - he took off in a Batmobile to save a damsel in distress, caught the Riddler red-handed in a bank vault, and chased Penguin through AT*T Park to rescue Giants mascot Lou Seal.

It's now three years later and we're happy to report that Miles is doing great.

He's now 8-years-old, plays in Little League and is thriving, according to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. His family also recently welcomed a third son, Ben, into the family.

8-year-old Miles Scott poses with his younger brother Clayton in the Little League uniforms in early 2016.
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