ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - At Thursday night's Isotopes game a local veteran who lost his leg in war, was given a brand new home.
Army sergeant Luis Lugo served in Iraq and Afghanistan until 2010 when he was injured in an explosion.
He and his family applied for a new home through Operation Finally Home.
Thursday night, Pulte Homes announced it is building him one in Mesa Del Sol.
Pulte Homes will work with the family to customize the home because of Lugo's injury.
Lugo received multiple medals during his service, including the Purple Heart.
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