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Strangers Raise $80K To Buy Wheelchair-Friendly Van For Brothers Who Are Paralyzed

Two brothers who use wheelchairs just got a new kind of ride. Thanks to an $80,000 donation from several groups of strangers, Matthew and Adam Chaffee, who are paralyzed, picked up a wheelchair-accessible minivan on Monday. The van is customized so they can drive it on their own, which gives the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based siblings a lot more independence. The young men were paralyzed in two separate incidents but remained positive about their situations.
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