DENVER - Sixteen-year-old Jacob Sensenbaugh and his father, Dave, took a trip to the Bronco vs. Raiders game in September, but the day didn't turn out as planned.
After a very frustrating time trying to find a disabled parking spot, they had to return home without seeing the game. Jacob has a nerve tumor disorder and is confined to a wheelchair.
Family friend Jake Schroeder heard about what happened to the Sensenbaugh family. He contacted the Denver Broncos to try to get Jacob to another game.
Schroeder contacted 9NEWS Entertainment Reporter Kirk Montgomery to help plan a surprise for the family. They arrived at the studio Friday to take a tour.
The surprise came during the 4 p.m. newscast when Denver Broncos David Bruton and two cheerleaders gave the family club level seats, pre game field passes and VIP parking at the game on Sunday.
The surprise is worth watching.
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