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PUNTA GORDA, FL - AUGUST 16: Pedestrians pass utility repair trucks ready to be deployed near a downed power pole August 16, 2004 in Punta Gorda, Florida. Thousands were left homeless and 16 people were killed when Hurricane Charley left a path of destruction across Florida then continued north and struck the Carolinas. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

80 year old Julia Adams is a resident at Windsor Estates Assisted Living in New Middletown, Ohio. She was going a little “stir-crazy” because there are new visitor restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Her son Charley, who typically takes his mom out to dinner at least twice a week, got creative. He used his bucket truck and navigated the boom to the third floor for an impromptu visit. Charley called and said “I’m right outside of your window” and of course the visit cheered her up.