Watch a WWII veteran uplift Tim Tebow’s spirits by playing a harmonica at a Hurricane Irma shelter
A World War II veteran at a special needs shelter played his harmonica for Tim Tebow.
Former Heisman winner and University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow visited a special-needs shelter on Monday in Jacksonville, Florida, where he spent time with victims and evacuees from Hurricane Irma. Tebow is a former NFL quarterback and current baseball outfielder for the New York Mets.
Tebow spent time with a World War II veteran and was lucky enough to hear him play a song on his harmonica.
Tebow posted the video on Twitter sand said his spirits were uplifted after hearing the tune.
— Tim Tebow (@TimTebow) September 11, 2017
Hurricane Irma hit Florida over the weekend pummeling cities such as Naples with 12 inches of rain and 142 mile per hour winds. Millions of people in Florida were without power as of Tuesday afternoon, despite Florida Power & Light Co. restoring power to 2.3 million customer. At least 12 people have died in Hurricane Irma-related incidents.