Injured Ukrainian soldier receives prosthetic legs at Pennsylvania Lawall Location

One of our Lawall locations in Pennslyvania recently had the opportunity to donate our time and services to help a 23-year-old Ukrainian soldier, Roman.  He served as an explosive engineer in Ukraine’s military.  In April, Roman suffered a bilateral traumatic amputation when a Russian cluster munition detonated near him.

The Guild Foundation has supported humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and helped Roman get set up in the US for rehabilitation.  It has been a humbling experience working with Roman, the Guild Foundation, and Taylor Hospital’s Rehab team to get Roman the services he needs to return to his homeland and join his fellow soldiers.”

Watch the CBS video here:

https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/philadelphia/news/injured-ukrainian-soldier-receives-therapy-in-delaware-county/

Also, learn more about Roman’s story here:

http://theguildfoundation.org/operation-roman

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