TRUSSVILLE, AL (WBRC) - A wounded Alabama war veteran is getting a new home in Trussville.
Homes for our Troops is building a specially adapted home for Army Staff Sergeant Scot Noss. Noss was severely injured when his Chinook helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan. He suffered traumatic brain injury and he needs a barrier-free home so he can be moved out of the hospital and back to Alabama.
"Their home is going to be barrier free and to me that's not only physical barriers but also emotional barriers, because I'm going to be able to bring my man home and live with him under the same roof," says Staff Sergeant Noss' wife Ryanne.
Staff Sergeant Noss is currently at Kessler Rehabilitation Center in New Jersey. There is no word on when he will be making it back here to Alabama.