Lowe's Employees Stay Late To Fix This Veteran's Wheelchair
When three Lowe's employees on New York's Staten Island saw Michael Sulsona's wheelchair break down in the store, they didn't think twice about staying past closing time to fix the Vietnam veteran's only form of transportation. Sulsona is a 62-year-old double amputee who had asked the Veterans Administration to replace his wheelchair for two years ago.
"They said, 'You're not leaving till it's like new again,'" Sulsona told Fox News
After Sulsona wrote a letter in his local newspaper thanking the employees, the VA administration learned of his ordeal and gave him a new wheelchair he had asked for so long.
Way to go guys!
H/T Fox News.