High school students create custom Hulk costume for 4-year-old with cerebral palsy

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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. (KAKE) -

A 4-year-old Indiana boy with cerebral palsy will be able to trick-or-treat as one of his favorite superheroes thanks to some local high school students.

Students studying sculpture and robotics at Penn High School spend six weeks on the project that turned Zephan Cantu wheelchair into an Incredible Hulk costume for Halloween, the district says. 

According to WBND, the costume makes noise and has moveable arms like the superhero.

"It was awesome," said Zephan's mom, Leeann. "I did not expect to be this much detail and this much robotic and just do as much as it does. I expected big but not this big."

Zephan was also given his own Hulk costume to wear alongside his wheelchair’s costume for Halloween.