NORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A wheelchair, crutches and remedy footwear belonging to a 3-year-old with a uncommon medical situation have been returned practically per week after they have been taken when her mom’s car was stolen from a Northeast Miami-Dade condo.
Shani Cohen had began to surrender hope on discovering her daughter Chana’s wheelchair in the times after her Honda SUV was stolen. She began to imagine these important gadgets wouldn’t be returned, however then, she obtained a name Tuesday morning from Hialeah Police.
“Yesterday, like, I really, like, not only gave up hope, but, kind of, I’m like, ‘OK, like, I have to start getting somewhat figuring out my stuff,’” Cohen stated. “She had a hard day. She wasn’t able to get around.”
Chana was recognized with spinal muscular atrophy. She wants her belongings to assist her develop and to freely transfer round.
Officers in Hialeah discovered Cohen’s stolen Honda SUV miles from their residence with Chana’s requirements inside. The thief tagged the household’s car with the phrase “Stolen” on the rear window with spray paint.
“Maybe he still has a little bit of a heart left,” Cohen stated.
The household stated they’re touched by the outpouring of assist they obtained from the group.
“You know, I guess there’s people that care because you don’t really see that every day,” Cohen stated.
Chana will return to remedy this week with her wheelchair, footwear and crutches.
Police proceed to research the car theft.
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