(Photo courtesy of Hesperia Police Station)

No Drought of Kindness in Our Desert

HESPERIA:(VVNG.com)- Many hearts have been touched by an Apple Valley woman donating her wheelchair scooter to a Hesperia woman who had her scooter stolen from her own backyard.

A local Hesperia resident reported her Q6 Edge wheelchair scooter missing on Wednesday morning. The wheelchair scooter was taken from the victim’s fenced backyard some time between 6:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. while she was away from home.

News got around to an Apple Valley resident — who wishes to remain anonymous — about the victim’s recent loss. The woman from Apple Valley contacted both Apple Valley and Hesperia police departments in hopes to receive assistance in donating her own motorized scooter. The Apple Valley resident is currently unable to use the scooter; however, it is still in good working condition. The scooter will be very helpful to the victim since her recently missing one was her main form of transportation.

Such an act of selflessness and kindness is refreshing to see. Surely, it will not go unappreciated.

Related Article: Deputies Need Help to Locate Stolen Motorized Wheelchair Scooter

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About Diana Cabral

Diana Cabral was born in Los Angeles, Ca and has been a resident of the High Desert for nearly a decade. She is an aspiring photojournalist inspired by photographers James Nachtwey, Eve Arnold, Dorothea Lange, and Vivian Maier. Through her endeavors, Diana hopes to help others, bring people together, and open eyes.

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