LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – West Metro firefighters are making a difference for a Lakewood woman caring for her daughter.

The firefighters teamed up with Home Depot to build a wheelchair ramp at Lora Norby’s home. Norby’s daughter has disabilities and has frequent doctor visits. The ramp will help her get in and out of the home.

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Home Depot donated tools and supplies and West Metro firefighters helped with the elbow grease.

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“You have no idea, you have absolutely no idea how we appreciate it,” Norby said. “This is super, super good.”

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The City of Lakewood also played a part in the build. It fast-tracked the building permit so construction could begin right away.