A St. Paul hospice patient had his scooter stolen days ago, but on Friday a St. Paul law firm gave him the gift of a new scooter, Startribune reports.
George Hensley, 45, had his electric scooter stolen on Tuesday afternoon. The scooter had been donated to Hensley by his hospice nurse and her father and getting a new one was something Hensley and his girlfriend were unable to afford.
Luckily, Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben, a Minneapolis Law Firm, donated a scooter to Hensley on Friday.
Hensleyis unable to walk due to complications from a brain tumor. After chemotherapy, doctors said he had only six months to live. He has defied those odds, but his prognosis is still unclear.