Areva employees Israel Camorlinga and Doug Durham hold one of the finished platform pieces of a wheelchair ramp during Rebuilding Mid-Columbia’s ramp build Sunday in Kennewick. The ramp is for Justin Poirier's daughter, Maddalynn, 9, who was paralyzed in a car crash in January 2016.
Areva employees Israel Camorlinga and Doug Durham hold one of the finished platform pieces of a wheelchair ramp during Rebuilding Mid-Columbia’s ramp build Sunday in Kennewick. The ramp is for Justin Poirier's daughter, Maddalynn, 9, who was paralyzed in a car crash in January 2016. Special to the Herald Jake Dorsey
Areva employees Israel Camorlinga and Doug Durham hold one of the finished platform pieces of a wheelchair ramp during Rebuilding Mid-Columbia’s ramp build Sunday in Kennewick. The ramp is for Justin Poirier's daughter, Maddalynn, 9, who was paralyzed in a car crash in January 2016. Special to the Herald Jake Dorsey

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