FGL Gift A Veteran With An All Terrain Wheelchair

It's a night I'm sure Chris Kaag will never forget.

Florida Georgia Line teamed up with the non profit The Independence Fund & Fox News' Jennifer Griffin to gift Marine Corps Veteran Chris Kaag with a brand new all terrain wheelchair to help him get around to more places. According to Fox News, Kaag, who is from Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, previously served in Bosnia where he suffered an injury that led to a degenerative nerve disease. Because of the condition of his disease, Kaag can no longer walk, but has been involved in adaptive sports.

It was an emotional moment during FGL's show Saturday night and it was all captured on video. There's sure to be many more emotional moments as FGL will be presenting the specialized wheelchairs, which provide the ability to regain independence lost through their injuries, to wounded veterans, at each leg of their summer "Can't Say I Ain't Country" tour.

Way to go Brian & Tyler!

 
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