Provided by Brian Allen
Left, Taylor Nelson, 18, sits in adult leader Brian Allen's "trek wheelchair." Nelson helped push Allen's customized wheelchair during the Garland Utah Stake's youth pioneer trek in Wyoming in July.

18-year-old Taylor Nelson did more than participate in a recent reenactment of the pioneer trek. He helped a friend.

Brian Allen suffered from a terrible injury during an ATV accident when he was Nelson's age, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. But that didn't stop him from accepting the challenge when his LDS bishop asked him to participate in the trek.

So Nelson offered to push him the 27-mile-long journey.

For more on Nelson and Allen's story, or for more uplifting news from across Utah this past week, check out the following stories:

18-year-old pushes youth leader in wheelchair across Mormon pioneer trek

Steve Eaton: Man makes sacrifice to give his 2 best friends a better life

Puppy missing for 3 days reunited with owner, thanks to trooper

High school rodeo club raising funds for Utah family devastated by crash

Community rallies around Manti teen battling liver cancer

Pleasant Grove company builds playground for local nonprofit that turns therapy into fun for kids with disabilities

What went right is a series that gathers together the positive news of the week for an uplifting read.