Army Staff Sergeant Brian Collins received a big homecoming when he arrived home from serving in Afghanistan. The entire Glen Dale community from family, friends, residents and colleagues, West Virginia State Police, to the Glen Dale Volunteer Fire Department all came out to show their support for the man who not only serves them overseas but as a paramedic at home.
Soldier receives welcome from community after tour in Afghanistan
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