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San Francisco to Transform Into Gotham for Boy's Batman Make-a-Wish | ABC News Blogs - YahooOn the morning of Nov. 15, a breaking news story will appear on TV in San Francisco. The police chief will be asking if anyone knows where Batkid is because he needs his help to solve a crime and "bringing the bad guys to justice," Make-a-Wish said in a statement.
Miles' day will then include rescuing a damsel in distress tied up across the Hyde Street cable car line and capturing the Puzzler in the act of robbing a downtown vault. As Batkid eats his lunch at Burger Bar, he'll get a special message from the chief telling him to go to the window where he'll look out over Union Square and see a huge group of volunteers jumping up and down and asking for his help.
A villain will be kidnapping a famous San Francisco mascot and Batkid will rush to the rescue. His last stop will be City Hall, where the mayor and police chief will thank him and present him with a key to the city and a crowd will be cheering him on.
Miles' Wish To Be a superhero | News | News & Events | Make-A-Wish® Greater Bay AreaHere are ways you can participate:
1) You are invited to catch the action in one of these locations and cheer on Batkid as he fights crime and battles villains:
Look on as a flashmob warns Batkid that Mr. P has kidnapped Lou Seal and see them speed away from Union Square (approximately 12:45pm)
Join in a massive celebration at City Hall at 2pm as SF Mayor, Ed Lee, and the Police Chief present Miles with a key to the city and congratulates him on a job well done (approximately 2:00pm)
2) You are welcome to capture it on film, video, and in print. We are happy to provide you with additional information about Miles, his wish, our organization, and the sequence of events.