LONE TREE, Colo. (CBS4) – A disabled Army veteran in Colorado was recognized for his service and sacrifice with a very special gift. He got a car for free.

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Matt Kenyon served in Kuwait for two years, 1990-1992, and earned several commendations.

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On Saturday, he was given his new vehicle at the Freedom Four Miler, a fun run that raises money for the Colorado Veterans Project.

That nonprofit nominated Kenyon for the car donation.

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The gift will help him make it to doctor’s appointments instead of having to rely on public transportation.


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