The construction of a house in Osrs backyard, located on the property where her husband, William, worked as a construction contractor, was a prime example of the kind of work that a contractor can do.
It was part of a larger project to make a second home on the Osrmans property, which they had purchased in 2000.
The Osrss were working on the home when their construction project got derailed when their truck collided with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 35.
The truck was driven into the Ossrs home and the Oserss, who live in Georgia, suffered extensive injuries.
A judge granted them emergency medical treatment for their injuries.
William Osrs, 56, who was not hurt, is currently in stable condition.
His wife, Carol, 59, was not injured, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
They are both expected to survive.
Both are recovering at a local hospital.
They were the first to return to work after the accident.
William’s wife told NBC News that they were so busy that they did not realize they had just been injured.
Carol Osrs is recovering from surgery at the University of Georgia Medical Center.
The couple has not given up on finding a new home for their two children.
They live with William and Carol at their home in the small town of Fort Lee, New Jersey.
The Osrs family had built a small home on their property, and when they purchased it in 2000, they said it was a good home, but it wasn’t as comfortable as they had hoped.
“It was a little uncomfortable.
The roof was very high, the floor was very low,” said Carol Osrders, who now works for the Osrds.
The house has been renovated and the roof has been repainted.
Carol says the family would like to move into a home on a larger scale, but that there are many obstacles.
She told NBC news that the construction company that built the Osraers home was hired by the construction industry to help with their construction work.
The contractor is also on the project.
She says the Osstors are in good shape financially.
The home has a pool, a basketball court, a fire pit, a grill, a garage, a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, a den, a dining room, and an office.
They had plans to build a garage and a garage/dining room combo, but the construction was derailed when the accident happened.
The project has been put on hold, and Carol said they are still waiting to hear if the construction work will resume.
“I’m really trying to keep my spirits up, and I’m going to work to keep them up,” Carol said.