High School Student Made a Wheelchair Stroller for a Paraplegic Mom with Baby

Meet Sharina Jones, a 35-year-old Michigan mother who lost her ability to walk 30 years ago, when another child was playing with a gun and accidentally shot her.
Kane is a student at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy, an all boy school boasting an average SAT score (average for the school mind you), sitting at a VERY pretty 1825, putting them in the top 25%. Anyways, Kane was taking a STEM class, short for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, when he realized there was something he could do for Mrs. Jones. So he planned and built, made mistakes and corrected them, and finally came out with this stroller attachment for her wheelchair!

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