This Veteran Transformed His Wheelchair Into A Snowplow To Help His Neighborhood

This Veteran Transformed His Wheelchair Into A Snowplow To Help His Neighborhood

Dealing with the snow can be a pain. However, this Iraq War Veteran figured out a cool way to help his neighbors cope.

Justin Anderson has taken his off-road wheel chair and given it an impressive makeover. By adding a plow in the front and a lever to control the plow, he is able to clear snow on his driveway with ease.

Not only does this disabled veteran use the contraption to clear his own driveway, he also helps out by clearing the sidewalks for his neighbors too.

This man is a hero who bravely served our country AND a good samaritan who wants to make life easier for his neighbors:

[Credit: WOWT]
When Anderson spoke with WOWT News, he said:

I don’t want kids and parents to slip or have to go traipsing through the snow, and possibly, you know, hurt themselves. The community has supported me immensely with my struggles and tough times as I had a leg amputated and my fight with brain cancer. This is my way of giving back.

 

You can watch the entire interview below and see how the cool contraption works:

This man is truly a hero, both at home and overseas. We’re grateful to have people like this living in our country who inspire us everyday. If you are just as grateful as we are, please SHARE this story with friends and family and let somebody else be inspired by this man’s kindness.

[Featured Image Credit: WOWT 6 News via Youtube]