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article imageBaltimore batman dead at 51

By Owen Weldon     Aug 17, 2015 in Entertainment
Baltimore - A Baltimore man who was well-known for impersonating batman has died at the age of 51. He was known as the Baltimore batman.
The man, Lenny Robinson, was struck by a car on Sunday night. Robinson was hit by a car on Interstate 70, after his "Batmobile" broke down. The vehicle was custom-made to resemble the Batmobile.
State troopers arrived at the scene around 10:30 p.m. and confirmed that he was struck by a vehicle, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. It was discovered that Robinson's vehicle had engine problems and he stopped partially in the fast lane.
Robinson was coming back from a car show, and he was hit after he got out of his car to take a look at the vehicle.
The businessman didn't just play the role of Batman for fun. In the past, Robinson explained that he enjoyed brightening up the lives of kids who were battling cancer and other illnesses, so he would dress like Batman and visit them at Children's Hospitals.
Robinson would bring kids gifts and he would personally spend around $25,000 a year on Batman memorabilia and toys. He once said that he felt as if he had a responsibility that was beyond a normal person. He also said that his responsibility was to be strong for the kids and to make them smile as much as he could.
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