Woman Meets Transplant Recipient Of Late Husband's Heart
On Monday, Megan Erickson met 66-year-old Robert Pascarelli, a retired police officer from Connecticut who received Erickson's late husband John's heart. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.

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