A Struthers woman's home is once again accessible for her.

In June, a driver rammed into a Struthers home on Como Street and knocked down a wooden handicap ramp in the front yard.

Habitat for Humanity was there Monday morning working to make it accessible again for the woman who lives there.

After learning about the incident and the ramp being destroyed, a plan was put together to demolish it and build a new one.

"God forbid something would happen, if there was an emergency and she couldn't get out. We made this a top priority for us at Habitat," Habitat for Humanity Mahoning Valley Executive Director David Redig said.

The homeowner said the new ramp is a blessing.

"I don't have any words to thank them so much for what they did for me. God bless them," Susan Gadzia said.

They were able to demolish the old ramp and get the new one up Monday. The project was paid for by ARP funds.