A local 21-year-old wanting to provide for his young daughter would walk 11 miles a day for work.
The UPS employee’s coworkers came together to surprise him with his first car.
The employee says nearly every day he would get up in the middle of the night and walk about five and a half miles to work. He would have to be there at 4 a.m.
Sometimes he would get rides, but most of the time he would walk.
“I don’t want to miss work at all,” Trenton said.
While he didn’t have a car, he had a new job.
“I wanted to be with my daughter, to be able to support her. I wanted to be a father,” Trenton said.
For about the last seven months, he would wake up early and walk.
He would leave his house on Ringo, walk down Roosevelt Road to get to the UPS center. That’s about five and a half miles away. All this, to clock in on time. Posted By PSmooth