Local business repairs auto glass without charge — A holiday gift to 91 year old WW2 Vet

sickness arial, for sale sans-serif;”>91-year-old War World II Veteran in Ventura Augustine Ponce De Leon’s (Army, viagra 515th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1942-1946) and his wife rely on their truck to drive him to doctors’ appointments to treat his cancer. But last year, the back glass was smashed after pulling a 5th wheel that jack-knifed. Three local companies recently donated services to get the vehicle back on the road safely.

The Ponce De Leon’s had contacted Ventura County Military Collaborative where Kim Evans connected them to Safelite AutoGlass. Safelite worked with Caliber Collision, a local body shop, to repair the truck in order for the back glass to be replaced. Platinum Towing also provided services pro bono to transport the vehicle to and from the shop.

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