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Neal Embry

Lawson State student began walking at midnight for 8 a.m. job. more

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    Walter Carr, right, shakes the hand of Pelham Police Chief Larry Palmer and the Pelham officers who helped get him to his job on Friday morning after a nearly seven-hour walk.

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    Walter Carr, left, was surprised by his boss, Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin, with Marklin’s 2014 Ford Escape on Monday after Carr walked almost seven hours to work this past Friday.

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    Walter Carr, left, embraces Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin after Marklin gave him his own car after hearing how Carr walked almost seven hours to work last week.

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    Walter Carr, left, covers his mouth after Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin gave him his own vehicle on Monday after hearing how Carr walked almost 20 miles to work this past Friday.

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    Walter Carr, in red, walks to Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin after Marklin gave him his 2014 Ford Escape on Monday.

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    Walter Carr sits in his new 2014 Ford Escape after Bellhops CEO Luke Marklin, the car’s previous owner, gave it to him after hearing about his dedication to his job.

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