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Published June 19, 2013, 10:05 PM

Comic book superheroes stop by Sanford’s Children’s Hospital

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Superhero window washers have been flying across the country and today they made a stop in Fargo.

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Superhero window washers have been flying across the country and today they made a stop in Fargo.

Two popular superheroes took time away from saving the world to brighten the day of so many.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's window cleaners. Two grime fighters dressed up as Batman and Spiderman to cheer up tiny patients at Sanford children's hospital.

First the superheroes did their job, scaling the side of the building making the windows sparkle but then the real work kicked in.

Leah Busse, Noah’s Mom: “He was speechless when they walked in. He just looked at them and his eyes got huge and he couldn't even say anything because he was so excited because they were coming just to see him.”

Four-year-old Noah Busse and his mom Leah were shocked to see Spidey and the Dark Knight roaming the halls.

Busse: “He's not feeling the greatest right now and it was really fun that they came and saw him.”

Tony and Barb Hampson, Owners of A and B Window Cleaning say when Sanford called they didn't hesitate.

Tony Hampson, Owner/A&B Window Cleaning: “It just touches us with the kids and everything.”

And watching the childrens faces light up made it all worth it.

Barb Hampson, Owner/A&B Window Cleaning: “It was just an awesome feeling doing something nice for some kids and we really enjoyed it.”

Tony Hampson: “Were always in such a rush to go from job to job and then we got to stop and all of the kids got in front of the windows and everything and waived and that, it just never turned into a work day for us today.”

Now that the windows are washed and the smiles are from ear to ear, it's back to crime fighting for the caped crusader and the web slinger.

This is the first time these superheroes have visited Sanford, hopefully not the last.

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