FRANKLIN SQUARE, NY (WCBS 880) – A happy ending for a Long Island women who had her wheelchair ramp stolen.
Last weekend, Aalbue’s wheelchair ramp was stolen in the middle of the night. But after hearing Aalbue’s story, Robert Eprifania of Niro Construction came to her rescue and built a $15,000 ramp that is attached to Aalbue’s home.
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He says one will be able to steal it. “This is renewed my faith in humanity because to steal a ramp is about as low as you can go,” Aalbue said.
Eprifania says as soon as he met Aalbue, he knew he had to donate his services. “When I met Kerry, I told my office we have to do everything we can to help this lady,” he said.
Aalbue said without the ramp, she wouldn’t be able to take her newly adopted 2-year-old son Noah out to play.