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Video Credit: Facebook/Raytown Fire Protection District
Kindheartedness always turns into a blessing which the firefighter rightly received after helping a disabled man to reach home once he found that his wheelchair had stopped working.
Helping others is easy, one just needs to shift the minds and look at things with the heart. A veteran from Missouri decided to go fishing in the mid of April but landed up with an ultimate challenge when he found his wheelchair stuck and locked forbidding him from making any movements.
He was then confined there within his electrically operated chair which then compelled him that the line would be thrown out. He managed that too but the ultimate path leads him toward the pool that added on to his discomfort.
The wheelchair finally ran into the mud and got stuck. He immediately rang the fire department as he was in such a place that he could not seek help even from any passerby.
The main motive of the fire department is to protect all life forms along with the property. He was assisted in a much pleasing way when help arrived from the fire department.
The firefighters from the Raytown Fire Protection District reached the scene and immediately responded.
They lifted the stuck wheelchair along with the veteran out of the mud from a position where it was stuck and then transported the veteran safely back to his home. The chair got stuck when the veteran tried to get the chair out of the mud which expanded the battery and drained it completely.
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