A soldier with the Kentucky National Guard is back home after a convoy accident in Afghanistan. But its a home that could hardly accommodate his injuries. Now thats all changed, thanks to a few strangers. With the swing of a hammer, and turn of a screw, new housing accomadations for Specialist Timothy Lott are underway. Lott was injured last year in Afghanistan when a suspicious car crossed his convoy, and his vehicle crashed. With a shattered back and injured leg, Lott came home. Because of his injuries, he had to move in with his parents. Without much room to move around, every day life became difficult. His father tried to build an adequate room for his son, but without much luck, until the Pentagon suggested the Lotts call Home Depot for help. A contractor out of Bowling Green named Jason Christy saw Timothys story on a local news channel, he decided he wanted to head up this project, he happened to know a little about Timothys situation, he was wounded while serving in Iraq. Despite a bad back himself, Christy set out to help a fellow guardsman, one he had never met. The plan included a 650 square foot room, fixing the roof, adding vinyl siding and making it easier for timothy to move around the house. With donations from several businesses, and volunteers from Home Depot, the transformation began. But for Timothy, its much more than hed ever imagine. Renovations should take about four to five days to complete.