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He Saw the Signs and Took IMMEDIATE and Dangerous Action

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Linda Nall was out of options.

At 72-years-old, her chances of finding a kidney donor were slim-to-nothing.

As a last-ditch effort, Nall put a sign in her yard informing any passersby of her situation.

And that did the trick.

A neighbor by the name of Frank Dewhurst saw the sign and knew he had no choice but to take action.

When he showed up on her doorstep, Nall feared that Dewhurst, a members of the local homeowners association, had come to tell her to take down the sign.

Instead, he was there to offer his own kidney.

And that’s really something, not only because the two weren’t particularly close, but because Dewhurst himself is 84-years-old, making him the oldest living kidney donor in the country.

Needless to say, undergoing such a procedure at his age isn’t without serious risks. But that didn’t deter Dewhurst from doing what he knew was right.

Source: TMC News

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