Florida Georgia Line Surprise Wounded Veteran at Concert

Florida Georgia Line just made one wounded veterans’ daily life a whole lot easier.

The “May We All” singers invited Army Staff Sergeant Shane Savage, who lost his leg back in 2010 when he was deployed in Afghanistan, to their recent concert to personally thank him for his service and present him his very own all-terrain wheel chair.

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Shane opened up about the life-changing moment in an interview with Fox News.

“It was an emotional experience to have that type of opportunity to be able to participate in something of that nature,” he said. “To be able to represent my fellow amputees and fellow veterans and to be able to do that on national TV is such an honor to be able to do.”

This is the second time that FGL has been able to participate in The Independence Fund’s mission to support injured veterans.

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The boys of FGL shared the passionate moment with fans on Instagram, writing “Truly blessed to be able to present a chair to retired Army Staff Sergeant Shane Savage. The Independence Fund is doing great work y'all.”

To find out how you can join FGL and help wounded veterans like Shane, visit Florida Georgia Line's official site.

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