After a storm knocked out power in his Iowa town, Harold McClure could’ve been in dire straits because he’s hooked up to oxygen tanks 24-hours a day. But lucky for him, his neighbor is Joe Gazelle, and Joe’s a basement inventor.
Without electricity, Harold’s tanks only had enough power to last for a few hours. But Joe had created a contraption years before that could generate electricity when attached to a lawn mower. The invention hadn’t been touched in four or five years, but when Joe dug it out, it started right up.
“To my surprise, as I was hoping it would, it performed just like it did when we developed out prototypes years ago,” Joe says. Now that’s a good neighbor to have.
Source: Good News Network