MOORE, OK — We first told you about the Moore family last month. They were coming home from vacation in Texas when a tire blew on their SUV. The car flipped and 11-year-old Angelica was ejected. She survived, but was left paralyzed from the waist down.

Her smile and our story, touched a lot of people including one man who donated a wheelchair lift to be placed on the back of the family’s beat up 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.

Mike Bradshaw is the owner of Handi-cap Aids in Oklahoma City. He was supposed to put the wheelchair lift on the back of the troubled Oldsmobile, but he just couldn’t do it.

Instead he set up a wonderful surprise.

Bradshaw says, “I knew something had to be better for this family.” He decided to donate a Christmas red colored minivan to the Moore family; it was a part of his company fleet.

When the family arrived to pick up their car they were presented with the van complete with a big red bow.

Carrie Moore, Angelica’s mom was shocked at first, followed by tears and a big hug for Bradshaw.

Moore says, “God works in mysterious ways and this is one of them, huge answer to a prayer.”

Angelica chimed in saying, “I love it.”