Man collects wheelchairs and crutches for the needy

A Utah man has been on a mission to find abandoned medical equipment -- and then get it into the hands of people who need it most.

Mohan Sudabattula actually started a charity group called Project Embrace that collects secondhand crutches, wheelchairs, orthotic braces, walkers, slings and other gear.

Mohan and other volunteers collect the equipment by walking the aisles at thrift stores and accepting donations from people in the community.

After the gear is cleaned and refurbished, the group then sends it to medical facilities around the world.

Since starting from his apartment in 2016, Mohan and his group have donated over 900 refurbished medical devices to low-income hospitals in India and the United States.

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