(WMC) A weekend trip to Tennessee's Dyer County Fair fair to celebrate a little girl overcoming many obstacles turned into a hurtful experience for the entire family.
Alissa Warren can run. She can walk, do handstands and even dive into the swimming pool.
"I can do what everybody else can, and I can do what some people can't do," she said.
Alissa has battled Caudal Regression syndrome all of her life. The disorder affects her kidneys, internal organs and her legs.
Her parents decided to treat her to fun at the Dyer County Fair last Saturday. A fair representative told the Warren family Alissa could not ride any of the kid rides, not even with her parents.
"He basically looked at Alissa and he said, 'No, she cannot ride.' And I said, 'She's ridden rides at fairs and she's ridden rides at Disney World before.' And he said, 'We're not Disney World ," shared Alissa's mother, Dianne.
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