As reported in the Washington Post - "No charge for this lady under any circumstances." That was a note left by plumber James Anderson on a bill for a 91-year-old woman with leukemia who needed her boiler replaced. Anderson says the woman, who is receiving palliative care, will have round-the-clock plumbing help if she needs it, and free services for life. Anderson of Burnley, Lancashire turned his plumbing business, DEPHER, into a community project for vulnerable people after he saw an elderly man being "manipulated" by another engineer in the area. Since then, he's helped thousands of people with their plumbing needs at a reduced or waived cost — even when the work leaves him with a loss. "We need to do something more to help the people who need it most," Anderson said. The daughter of the 91-year-old woman he helped described Anderson as an "angel dressed as a plumber," which is just another way of saying he's a straight-up hero.
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