QUAKERTOWN, Pa. - Community members in Bucks County gave a hero's welcome home Wednesday to a soldier returning from active duty in the Middle East.
Tim Horner received a special escort from local fire and police personnel that started from the Route 309 truck stop in Coopersburg and ended at the Quakertown Farmers' Market.
"We're doing a welcoming home for him today to thank him for his services he provided to the country for us," said Doug Wilhelmof the Quakertown Fire Department Chief.
Horner is a long-time member of the Quakertown Fire Department.
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