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Published:January 22nd, 2016 21:12 EST
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Veteran Plows Snow With Wheelchair

By Robert Paul Reyes

"As the snow fell Tuesday, most of what we heard were complaints about Omaha`s snow removal abilities. Justin Anderson often witnesses a completely different attitude when it snows.
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`I don`t want kids or parents having to go through the snow and possibly trip or hurt themselves,` said Anderson. `I had a half-dozen people stop to take a picture because they hadn`t seen a chair like this before.`
Last year, the Iraq War Veteran took his off-road wheelchair and put a snow blade on it.
`The chair has on-the-fly tilt so I can adjust the height of the blade as I push snow,` he tells WOWT 6 News"
WOW 6 News
If you`re stuck with a lemon make lemonade, and if your leg is amputated and your`e confined to a wheelchair convert it to a snowplow and clear the snow from the sidewalks in your neighborhood. 
A charity donated the wheelchair to Justin so that he could get around easier, and in return he`s making life easier for his neighbors. 
Not only was Anderson had leg amputated, he`s also fighting brain cancer. Regardless what misfortune befalls us, upi can always find a way to be a blessing to others. 
God bless Anderson, he`s a gentleman, a scholar and a hero!
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