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Injured Marine veteran who walks or hitches ride to work receives donated car

A Marine veteran who had been struggling to get to work after serving in the military recently received the ultimate gift. Cars4Heroes, a not-for-profit organization that repairs donated cars and gives them to veterans and their families provided Kyle Smith, a Marine veteran who was injured while serving in Afghanistan, and his family with a car. "This is a big surprise for me.
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