Clemson Police officer Zachary Yasin saw a magnet on the back of a truck that indicated Thomas Banks was in desperate search of a kidney.Yasin then went about the process of seeing if he might be a match to save the man's life. - Image courtesy of Clemson PD / Facebook. 

Clemson Police officer Zachary Yasin saw a magnet on the back of a truck that indicated Thomas Banks was in desperate search of a kidney.

Yasin then went about the process of seeing if he might be a match to save the man's life.

Image courtesy of Clemson PD / Facebook. 

A resident of Greenville, SC, has a new kidney and a new outlook on life thanks to the generosity of an officer with the Clemson Police Department.

According to WCSC-TV News, Clemson Police officer Zachary Yasin saw a magnet on the back of a truck that indicated Thomas Banks was in desperate search of a kidney.

Yasin then went about the process of seeing if he might be a match to save the man's life.

"I wish I had more kidneys to give out," Yasin said.

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