Firefighters Build Path For Woman In Wheelchair Seen Struggling To Get In Her Home
August 20, 2019
A group of Missouri firefighters are being praised for helping a resident in a wheelchair on their free time.
Credit: Webster Groves Firefighters Community Outreach
When responding to a recent call, members of the Webster Groves Fire Department noticed a woman in a wheelchair falling over while trying to enter her home.
"Multiple stairs and uneven terrain unfortunately led to the resident falling over in her wheelchair while trying to enter the house. Luckily the patient was uninjured, but we saw an opportunity to help," the department wrote on Facebook.
The firefighters spent several off days digging out and pouring a new sidewalk for her.
Webster Groves Firefighters Community Outreach
"She will now will have a level pathway and ramp to gain access to her home. A huge thank you goes out to the members that spent their days off helping those in need," the department said.
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