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Man builds new home for homeless woman forced to sleep in dirt for a decade – thank you for your kindness.

Few individuals take the time to get to know a homeless person and discover their story of how they ended up on the streets alone.

Yet one Los Angeles hero got to know the homeless woman sleeping in the mud outside his house and did a nice thing to aid her.

Irene “Smokie” McGee had been living on the streets of south Los Angeles since her husband died, and she was evicted from her house ten years ago.

Every day, the 60-year-old gathered recycling to sell so she could purchase food, and she spent the night sleeping on the ground.

She spent much of her time sleeping in front of an apartment complex, where one of the residents got friendly with her and discovered her tale.

Resident Elvis Summer said that she’s a human being, a 60-year-old mother and grandmother sleeping on the dirt, and it’s simply not right. Elvis and Irene became friends, and Elvis, who couldn’t stomach watching Irene sleep on the streets every night, was determined to assist her by building her a home.

The kind neighbor purchased $500 in wood, had a local firm provide siding and roofing, and built her a house using his building knowledge.

All he intended to do was make something safe and secure enough for her to be warm and comfortable.

Irene finally got a roof over her head five days later.

It felt so lovely, she was so comfortable, she believes she must have slept half the day, Irene said of her first night in her tiny 3.5 by 8-foot apartment.

In the video below, Elvis builds the ideal little home.

Elvis is a true hero! Please share to encourage others to support those less fortunate than ourselves.

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