Wheelchair

By
Wheelchair
Courier News, May 29 2008

Jason Dorshort, 26, of Plover
washed his vehicle at Speedy Clean Car Wash,
leaving the
custom-made
wheelchair outside the
business, so
it wouldn’t get
wet.

It vanished.
During a six-minute cleaning.
Dorshort first thought,
“Why would somebody ever do something like that?”
He was originally injured in a 2003
motorcycle
accident,
and needed to complete
day-to-day tasks.
It was pretty
low.

But Plover Policeman Brent Thauer said
That the chair wasn’t
stolen.

A women who arrived at the
car wash
while Dorshort was inside,
saw the wheelchair and assumed it was
lost or
abandoned.
Her father works with
disabled people and thought
she could find the rightful owner.

The father saw
news report of the alleged theft,
realized what had happened and contact the
police,
Thauer said.





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