LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- It was a big day for a little boy who lost a critical part of his life in last week's water main break near Shelby Park. 

Four-year-old Henry Hinson was got his new ZipZac on Thursday. 

The device may look like a toy, but Henry, who was born with spina bifida, needs it to get around.

The water main break that flooded Shelby Park also destroyed Henry's previous ZipZac.

Insurance wouldn't pay for another, and his parents couldn't afford one, so Kosair Charities stepped in and gave Henry a new one.

"Him losing that chair would be like me losing my ability to walk. I mean that is how he is able to get around at school. That's how he plays at home, it's how he plays with his friends," Henry's mother, Erin Hinson, said.

Henry said he wants to be a doctor, a bus driver and a UPS driver when he grows up.

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