You can do a lot in an hour, but can you change a life?
WTVY and Solmon Chevrolet are going to try. Every week News 4's Devon Sellers approaches a stranger and asks if they know someone in need.
This week she found Ruthie Avery and Gloria Rogers outside of Target in Dothan. They thought of Karmen Mullins, a single mom whose son has uncontrollable epilepsy.
Mullins was surprised at her office with $500 cash. She said this miracle couldn't have come at a better time.
"I don't know what to say but thank you. Yes I can use it. If only money could buy the miracle that we need, but it will help," said Mullins.
Her son, Blake, has a doctor's appointment at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville this weekend. She had actually considered postponing the visit because money is so tight.
"He wants new music to ride down there for the trip. I told him we'd have to wait and see our finances because it's expensive," said Mullins. "How does it feel? I can't tell you. it's overwhelming."
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