Twenty years ago, Azita Milanian was invited to go dancing with a friend, but decided to go for a jog instead. That simple decision would have life-and-death consequences. It was 1998, and Milanian had taken her dogs for a run on a trail in Altadena, California. One of the dogs, Tango, began sniffing at the ground, and Milanian made a horrifying discovery: two feet, sticking out of the dirt. She began digging and found a newborn baby boy, buried alive in a blue towel. Now, 20 years later, Milanian has finally been reunited with the baby whose life she saved.
Noah Aldrich is a typical 11-year-old boy, but four years ago he began doing something quite remarkable and atypical with his younger brother Lucas, age nine. Lucas has lissencephaly and is unable to walk, but thanks to Noah, Lucas is a triathlete and has participated in 15 triathlons.