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Family who lost son in alligator attack at Disney shares new message on pediatric organ donation

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Nearly 2,000 children are waiting for organ transplants. Now the Lane Thomas Foundation, created in memory of Matt and Melissa Graves’s 2-year-old son, who was tragically killed by an alligator at a Walt Disney World resort in 2016, is bringing attention to the life-saving cause of pediatric organ donation in a new PSA. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY.