KMBC: Braymer, Missouri, bus driver gets big homecoming after 266 days battling COVID-19

A Braymer, Missouri, bus driver, Phil has finally been discharged from Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute following a long battle with COVID-19. Phil was hospitalized on January 1, 2021 with COVID-19. After 266 days, multiple ICU stays, and a rehabilitation journey he is headed home to be with his family. 

KMBC was in their hometown when Phil returned home to the warm welcome from his community. 

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