Eric Andrew Prescott, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, checks out the Acura TLX given to him as part of a program put on by Progressive Insurance to donate refurbished cars to veterans during an event at the company’s Lynnwood service center on Thursday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Eric Andrew Prescott, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, checks out the Acura TLX given to him as part of a program put on by Progressive Insurance to donate refurbished cars to veterans during an event at the company’s Lynnwood service center on Thursday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A formerly homeless veteran is free-wheeling once again

Eric Prescott’s newish car will give him mobility and, hopefully, the chance to revive his singing career.

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