Senior Citizens Celebrate Joyous Homecoming Weeks After Tornado Struck Their Retirement Home
One man did a dance with his arms as an aide pushed his wheelchair back into the Pennsylvania retirement home.
These senior citizens couldn't wait to get home!
The old folks at Rolling Fields Elder Care Community in Conneautville, Pennsylvania, danced, cheered and shook hands with the staff welcoming them back after the facility was hit by a tornado earlier this month.
One man was spotted in the footage of their return waving his hands as an aide pushed him inside on a wheelchair, while a woman ran straight into the arms of some workers.
“Welcome home!” an employee beamed.
More than 160 residents and employees were evacuated when a string of storms hit the area earlier this month. While no one was injured, many of the residents lost personal belongings and clothing in the disaster.
The building was also damaged in the storm.
The Rolling Fields Elder Care Community is now asking for donations of men and women’s clothes of all sizes, and items can be dropped off or sent to 9108 State Highway 198, Conneautville, PA 16406.
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