If you've driven past All Children's Hospital in St. Pete, you might have noticed Spider-Man crawling along the building's windows.
Sorry to bust Spider-Man's identity, but this isn't Peter Parker, but he is sure a hero. NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams featured on Monday night's broadcast Spider-Man, who is Jon Powers of Clearwater—a window washer who uses ingenuity and bravery and maybe even some Spidey senses.
The piece was part of the Making a Difference series where it features positive positves about the remarkable deeds people do out of kindness.
"I make kids smile," Powers told NBC. "They make me smile."
Powers is part of a team of window washers, who have teamed up as a Justice League of sorts, mixed with The Avengers, featuring Captain America, Superman and Batman taking to the windows at All Children's Hospitals in St. Pete, Fort Myers and other children's hospitals around the country, NBC reported.
"When they see me work with the suction cup, you can actually go along the building and get a lot of windows," Powers told NBC in its Web-only extra. "That's what gives the illusion of Spider-Man when moving around, it looks like we're just grabbing on."
Holly Ott, a Childlife Care Coordinator for the hospital, told NBC that the kids love Spider-Man.
"It's not everyday you see an iconic legend like Spider-Man climbing up your window," Ott told NBC.