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Operation Bring Andrew Home

Before being struck by a car, Andrew Rosa

Before being struck by a car, Andrew Rosa was a member of the Selden Fire Department Junior Company. (July 31, 2011) Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

The community is working together to help 16-year-old Andrew Rosa, who suffered severe injuries and requires round-the-clock care after being hit by a car in May 2010, reunite his family in their Selden home.

Bob Didier, president of the National Association of
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Bob Didier, president of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, New York City/Long Island Chapter, works on the Rosa family's house as John Hogan, vice president of the LI chapter of NARI, looks on. (July 31, 2011)

Bob Didier, NARI president, said a crew of
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Bob Didier, NARI president, said a crew of 35 men built a new 1,000-square-foot addition to the Rosa family's home. The bulk of the work was done in seven hours. (July 31, 2011)

Alexander Rosa, Marissa Rosa, Joanne Rosa and Ceil
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Alexander Rosa, Marissa Rosa, Joanne Rosa and Ceil Malgioglio, Andrew's grandmother, share photos and memories of him. (July 31, 2011)

Before being struck by a car, Andrew Rosa
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Before being struck by a car, Andrew Rosa was a member of the Selden Fire Department Junior Company. (July 31, 2011)

Alexander Rosa, 9, hammers a nail to help
Photo Credit: Lisa Finn

Alexander Rosa, 9, hammers a nail to help build a new bedroom so that his brother, Andrew, can come home again. (July 31, 2011)

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