When she was just five years old, Sharina Jones was tragically shot. As a result, she lost the use of her legs and was confined to a wheelchair. Thirty years later, as she was expecting her first child, she began to wonder how on earth she would be able to manage a stroller. That's where Alden Kain, a Detroit high school student comes in. The student was paired with Jones in a special design class and tasked with coming up with a wheelchair stroller. The prototype he came up with after six months of hard work was an ultimate success! He told 'Today' it was a great help talking to her, to find out all her needs. 'It was extremely exciting and rewarding to see Sharina using it' he added. Check it out!