Mother hears late son's heartbeat again inside 4-year-old girl

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Mother Hears Late Son's Heartbeat Again Inside 4-Year-Old Girl

PHOENIX (WPIX) -- Heather Clark was given the incredible opportunity to listen to her son's heartbeat for the first time in nearly three years -- and it was inside a 4-year-old's body.

Clark faced an unthinkable tragedy in 2013 when she lost her 7-month-old son, Lukas. She chose to donate his organs and saved the lives of three children, including 4-year-old Jordan Drake.

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Around Thanksgiving of last year, Clark made contact with Jordan's family. She wrote about it on Facebook:

I would like to share something with all the amazing Lukas supporters. Today I have been in contact with a beautiful...

Posted by Justice For Lukas Scot on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

On Friday, Clark was given the opportunity to meet Jordan at Phoenix Children's Hospital and listen to her son's heartbeat for the first time in three years.

Clark wrote:

One week from today I will be listening to Lukas' heartbeat once again. I will be holding Jordan in my arms showering...

Posted by Justice For Lukas Scot on Friday, January 22, 2016

Jordan's mother was also anxious about meeting Clark for the first time.

"I'm not going to say anything. I'm just going to hug her. I think I have run out of words at this point. Hugging... I don't have anything else to say," Esther Gonzalez said moments before meeting Clark.

Donate Life Arizona captured the emotional reunion on Friday and shared photos on Facebook. The group also captured the entire reunion on video.

Donate Life Arizona wrote:

Donor Network of Arizona was humbled by its presence at the initial meeting of a OneLegacy donor mother and an Arizona...

Posted by Donate Life Arizona on Saturday, January 30, 2016

Dr. Nigro, who performed Jordan's heart transplant and also recovered Lukas' heart, was present during the reunion.

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