LI war hero who lost legs during combat receives all-terrain chair

A wounded Long Island war hero now has a new way to get around.
Army veteran Christopher Levi received an all-terrain six-wheeled track vehicle called the Freedom 6x6 Wednesday.
It was given to him by the Robert Irvine Foundation and Fit Crunch.
The money was raised on Long Island through an event to support veterans.
“It was a social media campaign where people had to get their groups involved, their gyms involved, local people involved and just do crunches,” says Patrick Cornacchiulo, of Fit Crunch.
Cpl. Levi lost his legs during combat in Iraq about 12 years ago, and now he will be able to go on any terrain with his new vehicle.
"Being able to go places where before it would be like, I'd be way too exhausted afterwards, we wouldn't be able to get dinner. But being able to take this out and not only enjoy the event, but also everybody wants to talk to you when you're rolling around in something like this," he says.
His wife, Jen Ryan, says the couple can now go hiking in the woods or to the beach.
"I know that sounds silly, but this gives him the ability to walk where others can't," she says.
On Friday, Levi is donating his old terrain wheelchair to Skudin Surf and Surf For All,  through which Long Island residents with disabilities learn to surf in Long Beach.