An injured veteran in Bellevue is shoveling snow for his neighbors in a unique way; he is using his new snow plow attached to his mechanical chair.
Giving back runs in Justin Anderson's blood. He served in the military for 3 years and medically retired after he was shot in the knee in Iraq.
And Sunday was no different. A chair donated by the Independence Fund, which helps injured veterans, helps him do big things; the organization even made some upgrades to his wheelchair with a new plow on the front.
His wife said he's out there for hours and it's an easy way to meet the neighbors.
For other neighbors, it was a surprise to see Anderson shoveling their snow.
Anderson said this is a reminder to people, with this small gesture, to always be a good neighbor.