Stair-climber inventor flies 6,000 miles to gift toddler with equipment

Stair-climber inventor flies 6,000 miles to gift toddler with equipment

The inventor of an innovative stair-climbing device has travelled 6,000 miles from Hong Kong to gift a disabled toddler with equipment to grant him independence.

Alan Lee, inventor of the B-Free Flash wheelchair, met toddler Emerson Grant at a disability exhibition in Birmingham last year and was touched by his story.

Since meeting, Lee built a specially modified version of his invention, worth £15,000, to fit the child, and travelled to Weybridge to deliver it.

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