CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Hand-cranked carts, made on the First Coast, are changing peoples' lives around the world.
Volunteers make carts for people in third world countries who have lost the use of their legs.
Seun Oke is from Nigeria. The 26-year-old took the grand tour of The P.E.T. Place in Penney Farms, a workshop, this week. Volunteers at The P.E.T. Place make the kind of cart she relies on. P.E.T. stands for personal energy transportation.
When Seun was 8-years-old, she was diagnosed with polio and she lost the use of her legs.