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Talk about a dedicated worker.
After James Robertson’s story appeared in the Detroit Free Press profiling how he walks 42 miles a day roundtrip to get to his $10.55 per hour factory job in Rochester Mills, Mich., hordes of readers sprung into action by contributing to a GoFundMe account so that he could buy a car, according to the New York Daily News.
The 56-year-old injection molder has somehow managed to trek to his job every day since his car broke down in 2005 — even through the worst weather — to faithfully complete his 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. shift.
Since none of Robertson’s co-workers live near him, he is unable to hitch a ride to or from work. Robertson — who has yet to miss one day of work — begins his day at 8:00 am, even walking through some treacherous areas along the famed 8 Mile, regardless of the weather.
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