Injured D-Day vet gets home upgrade from Make It Count Foundation

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An injured World War II veteran in Deer Park got an upgrade to his home courtesy of the Make It Count Foundation.

Frank Agolia fell and broke his hip in August and after two months of rehab was able to return to his home.

Suffolk County connected Agolia's family with the foundation, and they retrofitted his home so he could get around more easily.

The Make It Count Foundation is funded by the county and repairs veterans' homes for free.

 

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