By Connor Lynch
DUNROBIN — After nearly two months in hospital, Dunrobin-area farmer Leo Muldoon finally got to go home.
The 78-year-old farmer was thrown from his ladder and knocked to the ground on Sept. 21, when three tornadoes tore through the Ottawa region. Muldoon suffered seven broken ribs and two collapsed lungs.
He spent several weeks in intensive care at the Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus and was later moved to Ottawa’s Elisabeth Bruyère hospital for physical rehabilitation. Muldoon left the hospital on Nov. 21. Upon leaving, his wife, Adele, said: “Everybody’s waiting for us to come home and visit. He’ll be happy to see them, that’s for sure.”