Fresno family's dream comes true
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Fresno family's dream of having a mobility van to make life easier came true.
The Coombs family received a wheelchair accessible van Tuesday afternoon. It was delivered to their home after they received multiple grants and donations from the community.
The Coombs have a special needs child with cerebral palsy. 4-year-old Micah was adopted from Ethiopia, after he was found abandoned on the side of a highway.
The van will now make it easier for the family to transport Micah.
The $37,000.00 converted van was mostly paid for with special grants and donations.
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