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Catholic community builds ramp for Rosie

A new ramp for Rosie Sajevic has been built thanks to the parish from Holy Spirit. A new ramp for Rosie Sajevic has been built thanks to the parish from Holy Spirit. |  Photo: Father Brandon Moravitz

Updated: June 29, 2020 10:28 AM

Rosie Sajevic could be released from the hospital this week. But the little girl from Hibbing will be in wheelchair for awhile, after serious injuries from a crash with a truck.

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Over the weekend, members of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Virginia showed up at Rosie's house and built a new ramp. They were joined by some people from Hibbing, too.

Father Brandon Moravitz said Pohaki Lumber donated the materials.

Rosie said in a video she's so grateful for the ramp, so she can still go outside this summer. "Thank you so much for building it," she said in a short video on Facebook. "I love you guys."

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