Carpenter helps after girl's wheelchair ramp is stolen
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When David Lohr heard someone had stolen a Mastic home's portable wheelchair ramp -- one used daily by a disabled 5-year-old girl -- he did more than shake his head.
The Ronkonkoma carpenter and his son went to the Carleton Avenue house loaded with spare wood and spent 90 minutes Thursday making a temporary replacement ramp for Evelynn Biondo.
"Some people are really bad, so we had to...