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Leonard Robinson, dressed as Batman, visits Mattie Dillon on the pediatrics floor of Charleston Area Medical Center Women and Children’s Hospital in Charleston, West Virginia, August 15, 2015, two days before the Maryland man who delighted thousands of children by impersonating Batman at hospitals and charity events died when he was hit by a car while standing in the fast lane of Interstate 70, checking the engine of his custom-made Batmobile (Credit: AP Photo/The Charleston Gazette/Kenny Kemp)

Leonard Robinson, dressed as Batman, visits Mattie Dillon on the pediatrics floor of Charleston Area Medical Center Women and Children's Hospital in Charleston, West Virginia, August 15, 2015, two days before the Maryland man who delighted thousands of children by impersonating Batman at hospitals and charity events died when he was hit by a car while standing in the fast lane of Interstate 70, checking the engine of his custom-made Batmobile (Credit: AP Photo/The Charleston Gazette/Kenny Kemp)