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Wounded Warrior To Move Into New Home In Temecula

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    A Camp Pendleton Marine who lost both legs and an arm while serving in Afghanistan will soon start a new life in a new home in Temecula that was built just for him.
    During a housewarming ceremony Tuesday, actor Gary Sinise will hand over the keys to Cp. Juan Domiguez, a triple-amputee Marine who stepped on a bomb in Afghanistan one year ago.Sinise and a nonprofit group named after a New York firefighter who died on Sept. 11 have worked tirelessly for one mission: to give Dominguez, his wife and 8-year-old daughter a home.
    A concert was held in March to raise funds for the home, which has customized smart technology installed and took five months to build."Everything runs off an iPad, so even from the cabinets that come down in the house to the window shades, which automatically go down with the press of the iPad, you can control the climate or the lighting," said organizer Chris Cuban.Dominguez, who is an avid drummer, will even receive a little surprise"There's actually a music studio in the house, designed specifically for Juan, and that's what he really wants to do… is focus on his music going forward," said Cuban.The housewarming welcome is scheduled to begin at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. Sinise will be there along with more than 100 Camp Pendleton Marines.

    Excellent cause! Gary Sinise is not just an actor, he's a great man.
    The Tunnel to Towers Foundation continues to honor the 343 fallen firefighters, as well as the most severely injured 9/11 veterans by building specially adapted "smart homes". For more info, visit our program: http://www.BuildingForAmericasBravest.org/

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