Colorado Army reservist donates kidney to stranger


A billboard along an interstate played a key role in saving the life of a woman seeking a kidney donor. Kelsey Crider, 26, of Boulder, Colo., had already undergone three transplants since she was 17 and found her fourth donor after the man, an Army reservist, saw the digital sign light up for a mere eight seconds.

Nate Toci, 21, was driving home from work when he saw the sign seeking a donor for Crider, who had type O blood.

“I tried not to get ahead of myself because I do that a lot, like, 'Oh, it would be so cool if I was,'" he told Fox31.

Tests showed he was a perfect match and the two agreed to meet, Crider told Fox & Friends on Thursday. Continue reading

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