New Providence organ recipient meets donor's family

Two families shared a tearful reunion today in the spirit of renewed life. Julia Crousillat's daughter, 22-year-old Natalie, died in a car crash in 2006.

NEW PROVIDENCE - Two families shared a tearful reunion today in the spirit of renewed life. Julia Crousillat's daughter, 22-year-old Natalie, died in a car crash in 2006. However, she was a registered organ donor, which allowed doctors to give her heart to 12-year-old Joe DiSanto. The boy had been dying of an enlarged heart. Friday's meeting was arranged by the New Jersey Sharing Network. The group recovers and places donated organs for New Jersey residents.

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