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Moultrie man gets mobile wheelchair

A Moultrie man with physical challenges will now have a much easier time enjoying the great outdoors. (Source: WALB) A Moultrie man with physical challenges will now have a much easier time enjoying the great outdoors. (Source: WALB)
Jessie Cox (Source: WALB) Jessie Cox (Source: WALB)
Tracks for Hunters gave Cox a new all-terrain rubber track wheelchair. (Source: WALB) Tracks for Hunters gave Cox a new all-terrain rubber track wheelchair. (Source: WALB)
MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

A Moultrie man with physical challenges will now have a much easier time enjoying the great outdoors.

Jessie Cox was born with a spinal condition that makes it hard for him to stand up and walk around.

On Friday night, Tracks for Hunters gave him a new all-terrain rubber track wheelchair.

In September, the organization held its annual Ms. Track-A-Licious womanless pageant to raise money for the chair.

Cox said it's a life-changing gift.

"I could not wait for this day in fact I was looking out my window every two minutes waiting on everybody to pull up because this day is just, this day is just so amazing," said Cox.

Cox is looking forward to going fishing on his grandpa's farm.

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