UPDATED: 04/14/2016, 4PM

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The woman once dubbed the “Bionic Bride” took the podium at Cook Children’s Medical Center with quite a story. Ally Babineaux is living with someone else’s heart beating in her chest.

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Sade Green, 14, died from an asthma attack. Her family made the courageous decision to donate her heart, which was implanted in a 28-year-old woman.

Sade Green, 14, died from an asthma attack. Her family made the courageous decision to donate her heart, which was implanted in a 28-year-old woman. (credit: Green Family)

That “someone else” was 14-year-old Sade Green, who died from an asthma attack in February 2011.

And after five years, Babineaux finally met the family who made the life-saving decision to donate Green’s heart to the 28-year-old.

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Cook Children’s Medical Center organized the reunion for 19 families, to say “thank you”.

“You can’t really say anything after that,” said Babineaux.

A spokesperson for Cook Children’s said 22 people die each day because of a lack of available organs.  Right now, more than 13,000 Texans are on the national organ donor waiting list.

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