A teenager from Plymouth whose dreamed of becoming a Police Officer were dashed when he suffered an ischemic stroke has been treated to a wish day as an Officer.
17 year old Kostya Taylor will never make a full recovery.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation, a charity which grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions, arranged for Kostya to see more about what the work of police officers.
Kostya was given a tour of Scotland Yard in London, and taken on a Police boat down the River Thames.
He also met police dogs and horses, saw a police helicopter land, got to sit in the police cars and motorcycles and was given his own uniform.
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