Members of the U.S. military helped save his life. Now, a group of non-profit agencies has brought him and his family to Long Island for treatment by a plastic surgery group.READ MORE: Gov. Lamont Lifts Most COVID Capacity Limits In Connecticut, But Maintains Mask Mandate
“It does take some very special people to make a dream come true and certainly in this case for Zeenabdeen we can tell that they’re in great hands. He’s in great hands,” said State Sen. Jack Martins (R-Nassau County).MORE NEWS: 'Isolation Kills, Too': New Jersey Families Beg Governor To Loosen Long-Term Care Facility Visitation Restrictions
Zeenabdeen will undergo extensive facial recontructive surgery. He’s expected to have a series of at least four operations over the next six months.