As a wheelchair client for more than two decades, Matt Milstead supposed he was more than qualified for utilizing a crippled stopping sound.
So, the Michigan man was stunned when he discovered a note on his auto mishandling him for utilizing a debilitated stopping spot after a round of wheelchair rugby.
The 11th annual mid-Michigan Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was held Sunday afternoon. Even amid the wet weather, partakers were seen determined to achieve the goal.
Eaton Rapids' Sally Backofen and 5,000 other people had partaken in the event. It saw the Capitol lawn flooded with headbands, shirts, ribbons and pink tutus more than the heavy rain could cover the same.