By Good News Network Thursday, September 13, 2012
Afghanistan war veteran Cpl. Juan Dominguez has a new "smart home" adapted to his combat injuries, thanks to money raised by actor Gary Sinise and the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
The home, which contains an elevator, self-flushing toilets, lighting controlled with an iPad, and easy-open cabinets and doors, will give him and his wife a "second chance at life."
By year's end, the Siller foundation, with Sinise's help, will have funded 20 homes for U.S. military personnel grievously wounded in war.
(READ the story, w/ new photo, in the LA Times)
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