Over the weekend, Georgia bandits made off with a family’s van with very special cargo within: the wheel chair of a 9-year-old girl with cerebral palsy.
WATCH AYSIA’S PARENTS DESCRIBE HER ORDEAL
Without her custom made wheelchair, Aysia Clements is homebound and unable to attend school.
Her parents, James and Batoya Clements, were left with no other option other than to beg for the thieves to return the purple and black chair with their daughter’s name engraved on it.
While Aysia’s ordeal is sad, it was not without a happy ending. Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, a Stone Mountain, Georgia company that refurbishes wheelchairs, came to her rescue. They donated a chair to her family and now Aysia is able to attend school again.