PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A 96-year-old holocaust survivor is heading home after years of living in the City of Brotherly Love. A small send-off for Paul Gidaly was held outside his Federation Housing apartment, as he left for the Philadelphia airport.
Gidaly has always wanted to go back to Canada where he lived after the war, and Federation Housing is now granting his wish.READ MORE: 'I Just Have A Nightmare For Her': Loved Ones Of Hit And Run Victim Andree Broudo Still in Shock
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Federation Housing arranged and paid for his move to Canada.
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