Spiderman window washers bring smiles at Children's Medical Center
July 09, 2014 - MyFoxDFW.com
Patients at Children's Medical Center of Dallas got a welcome surprise when they spotted Spiderman on the other side of their windows on Tuesday.
But instead of fighting crime, Spiderman was cleaning.
Workers from Citywide Building Services dressed up in full Spiderman costumes to entertain the children while they washed the windows.
Each rappelled individually down the sides of the 12-story hospital building while performing their duties.
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