A Texas restaurant owner is selling his business to help a young worker with a brain tumor.
Brittany Mathis, 19, was diagnosed with a ping pong-sized brain tumor in December. She doesn't have health insurance, and her dad died of a similar condition years ago.
She hasn't been able to afford to find out whether the tumor is benign or malignant.
Michael De Beyer told local newspaper The Courier that he believes his Kaiserhof Restaurant and Wunderbar is worth $2 million. That's enough to pay for her medical bills.
"I’m not able to just sit by and let it happen," De Beyer, who opened the restaurant more than 15 years ago, told the paper. "I couldn’t live with myself; I would never be happy just earning money from my restaurant knowing that she needs help."
Brittany's mom, Barbara, told local news station KVUE that they are overwhelmed by his gesture.
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