Wounded Iraq Veteran Gets New Track Chair

Published 04/17 2014 05:54PM

Updated 04/17 2014 06:22PM

4/17/14…A Corry area man got the surprise of a lifetime today after he was presented with a new, state of the art track chair.
Adam Morris was a specialist with the U-S- Army and was on patrol in Tarmia, just north of Baghdad in 2007 when a sniper shot him through the hips.

He ended up losing part of his leg and was confined to a standard wheelchair, that is until today.

Thanks to the Corry Auto Dealers Exchange, Morris was presented with a new Action Track Chair, a chair with large tracks instead of wheels that will allow Morris to get back to the outdoors so he can hunt and fish.

Morris was also presented with a new shotgun for hunting.
Corry Auto Dealers Exchange is celebrating 32 years in business and not only wanted to thank their customers, but the veterans who served our country, especially those wounded warriors.

Also present at today’s ceremony was Ronald Rosser, a Congressional Medal Of Honor Recipient.

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