By Good News Network Sunday, February 26, 2012
Marine Cpl. Alexander Degenhardt credits "good karma" for hitting a nearly $3 million jackpot in the Las Vegas Bellagio casino.
Only days before winning the second highest amount ever paid for the slot machine, he learned he was accepted as a bone marrow donor to an anonymous patient.
“They asked me if I was sure I wanted to go through with it, because it’s kind of painful, but what’s a little pain if it will save someone’s life?” the U.S. Marine said Friday. “I look at this as kind of good karma for that.”
(READ the story in the Las Vegas Sun)
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