'Lawnmower Man' of Government Shutdown Gets Paid

Chris Cox will benefit from fundraising efforts after tending to grounds of the Lincoln Memorial.
0:38 | 11/13/13

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I remember the story of Chris Cox -- became something of a national hero during a recent government shut down. Cox took it upon himself to keep the grounds of the Lincoln Memorial clean and -- While the regular landscaper were furloughed. We gotten men come in here to see these memorials and will chair. -- respirators. They went hand in hand to hand combat what did not she's. Come all managed to -- no brainer to keep this area clean for them. Well his dedication to those who serve is being paid back in the form of 2000 dollars from 73 Internet donors. Cox will get the money today on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where he worked so hard.

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