Habitat for Humanity is building a house for Sean Shields.
Shields served in the U.S Military and the Navy from 1992 to 1996. He was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident in 2010.
Family and friends came together for the groundbreaking ceremony.
The organization hopes to be done with the home by Christmas.
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