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Volunteers building wheelchair ramps for Waukesha parade attack victims

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Volunteers build ramps for injured victims

Volunteers build wheelchair ramp

WAUKESHA (WKOW) -- People continue to step up and support those who were hurt in Waukesha.

Volunteers are helping families with some serious challenges. 

Take the Perez family -- Mom, Romelia and daughter, Camila were both seriously hurt and right now, they're in different hospitals.

Romelia faces several surgeries. Camila has a fractured femur and head injuries.

Wednesday, a team of local craftsmen built the family a ramp.

"I just wanted to do one ramp at first, out of my own pocket. And it's turned into - we're doing them all," Brock Held told WISN.

The group is calling the effort the Nameless Builders Project. 

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