NJ automotive service center donates car to woman in need

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A New Jersey business has donated a car to a woman in need.

Automotive service company Midas has a program named Project Spark. The program helps provide cars to people in need.

The Midas in Randolph donated a used Hyundai to Elizabeth resident Diesha Garner. Garner needed a new vehicle and was not able to afford one.

Project Spark has helped over 1,000 people around the country, according to the company.

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