Stolen scooter changes life for Milford Army veteran

Life became a little bit harder for a disabled Milford Army veteran 10 days ago when someone stole his motorized scooter. Ed Dusick and his wife believe someone took the scooter as a Halloween prank.

News 12 Staff

Nov 9, 2006, 11:49 PM

Updated 6,403 days ago

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Stolen scooter changes life for Milford Army veteran
Life became a little bit harder for a disabled Milford Army veteran 10 days ago when someone stole his motorized scooter.
Ed Dusick and his wife believe someone took the scooter as a Halloween prank. Dusick says he needs the scooter, which has been parked in his driveway for years, to help perform daily activities. According to Dusick, he suffered a spinal cord injury and lost the use of his legs in a truck accident while serving in the Army in 1972.
Veterans Affairs will replace the scooter for Dusick. However, Dusick says the money could be better spent if someone would return his original cart. Anyone with information about Dusick?s scooter should call the Milford Police Department.


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