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California deputy sees color for first time after deputies surprise him with color blind glasses


Eureka, Calif. (CIRCA) - In a heartwarming video, a California correctional deputy gave her fellow deputy manager a pair of EnChroma glasses that allowed him to see color for the first time.

“It’s a different world," Correctional Deputy and Sheriff’s SWAP Farm Manager Jeff Dishmon explained through tears after putting the glasses on.

Dishmon has been color blind his entire life, "which has sometimes been a source of frustration for him and others around him," the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office stated on their Facebook page.

Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese has worked side-by-side with Dishmon at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility for eight years, and together with some of the other correctional deputies, they purchased the glasses for Dishmond, according to the sheriff's office.

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