LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — The Lynchburg Fire Department said almost one year ago, Jullie Glover's life changed forever.
According to the department, Glover's husband Matthew was involved in a fiery car crash that left him nearly paralyzed from the neck down.
It's been a long road of surgeries, hospitalizations, and recovery for him, while Jullie has worked to keep their family of five children together, the department said.
On Tuesday, Jullie - with her husband joining her by phone - stopped by Station 6 to deliver a personal thank-you to the LFD personnel who saved Matthew's life that night.
For Shaquita Ford, Donte Taylor, Jonathan Bryant, Travis Calloway, David Marsh, and Kevin Snead, those kinds of calls are all in a day's work, the department said.
"Like every other Lynchburg Fire employee, they don't do it for the accolades, but it's nice to be reminded once in a while what a difference you've made in someone's life by helping them in their greatest time of need. Best wishes to the Glover family for Matthew's continued recovery, and thank you for wanting to recognize our amazing team," the department also said.