UAW donates passenger van to help veterans in Western New York get to their medical appointments

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A U.S. flag flutters in the wind in front of the the UAW logo outside the United Auto workers Union Solidarity House in Detroit, Michigan May 29, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

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A U.S. flag flutters in the wind in front of the the UAW logo outside the United Auto workers Union Solidarity House in Detroit, Michigan May 29, 2009.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

By uaw.org

Veterans in Western New York sometimes have difficulty getting to their medical appointments. Their journeys are now made a little easier with today’s donation of a 12-passenger van from the UAW Western New York Region 9 Veterans Committee.

The keys to the Ford Transit van were officially handed over from UAW Western New York Veterans Committee Chairman Guy Newell to administrators at the nearby Bath Veterans Administration Medical Center.





“Our members are very caring and very giving at all of our plants,” Newell said as government license plates were being installed on the van, which has a sticker price of more than $33,000.

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