NH couple surprised by firefighters who volunteered to build wheelchair ramp
ROCHESTER — Firefighters pitched in to help a New Hampshire resident build wheelchair accessible ramps for her injured husband.
Rochester resident Carolyn Hyde said that she reached out to local firefighters to ask where she could buy a wheelchair ramp.
Hyde's husband has stage three lung cancer and recently had his right leg amputated.
When Hyde called the station to ask for advise firefighters had another plan in mind.
Within a week, 15 firefighters reportedly showed up at the couples house to build their new wheelchair ramp.
Hyde had this to say to all of those who helped: "Thanks to each and every one of you, and your names are going to be known, forever."