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Terminally Ill Uber Driver’s Final Wish Granted Thanks To Campaign Launched By Rider

“I felt super compelled to help him.”

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When 69-year-old Kenneth Broskey was told he had only a short time left to live, instead of going into hospice care as the doctors suggested, he just kept on working his second job as an Uber driver.

The Livonia, Michigan resident has been battling oropharyngeal cancer for nearly two years now and took up a second job as an Uber driver in January to make sure his family is taken care of long after he’s gone…

 

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