On Friday, 24-year-old Kacie Brandenburg, of Haddonfield, was able to get on a flight home.
Brandenburg and her friends have been stuck in a hostel in Peru.
Thanks to Senator Robert Menendez, they're coming home.
Brandenburg and four of friends arrived in Cusco, Peru on March 12, one day after the World Health Organization classified COVID-19 as a pandemic.
Three days later, Peru closed its borders.
Two people at their hostel tested positive for the virus and, and as a result, the government had all 150 guests remain in place.
To help get them home, Brandenburg's family enlisted the help of Menendez.
"I personally called the Peruvian ambassador to the U.S.," Menendez told Action News. "I'm glad that the State Department got a MEDVAC plane. Kacie is on her way to the U.S. tonight."
Menendez is on the Senate Foreign Relations committee and he's currently helping hundreds of citizens from New Jersey who are stuck abroad.
Brandenburg and her friends work at Walt Disney World in Orlando. They are flying into Orlando.
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