Charlie Buttrey

May 19, 2019

Here’s a story that will bring a smile to your face (and maybe a tear or two to your eyes).

22-year-old Savannah Allen has been studying to be a dental hygienist at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College. Unfortunately, she is color blind. When her instructor realized that she cannot distinguish between the color of plaque and the color of gum tissue. It looked as if she would have to give up her academic career.

But her classmates stepped in and raised the money necessary to buy colorblind corrective glasses. There are 40 students in her class, and every single one donated to the cause.

Click here to see Savannah trying on the glasses for the first time.

 

 

 

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