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Former KSL broadcaster's son given special honor

By KSL.com | Posted - Dec. 14, 2010 at 10:48 p.m.


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SALT LAKE CITY -- A young man well-known at KSL received a big surprise Tuesday.

Dayne Nourse, son of veteran KSL broadcaster Dick Nourse, received his black sash in martial arts from the Red Lotus School of Movement in recognition of his inner strength. Dayne suffers from osteogenesis imperfecta -- or brittle bone disease -- but he hasn't let it get him down.

The ceremony was also a chance for the Make-A-Wish foundation to announce it has granted Dayne's wish -- to meet Jackie Chan.

"Ever since I was a little kid I always wanted to meet Jackie Chan and I'm just happy that Make-A-Wish surprised me and tricked me into coming here," Dayne said.

Dayne is still waiting to hear when that meeting with Jackie Chan will take place, but until then, we at KSL offer him our congratulations.

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