Triple-amputee veteran given home
On the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a New York-based foundation presented the keys of a specially modified home to Marine Cpl. Juan Dominguez and his wife, Alexis. Dominguez, 28, lost both legs and his right arm on October 2010 when a roadside bomb exploded while he was on walking patrol in the Sangin district of Afghanistan's Helmand province, long a Taliban stronghold. Read Tony Perry's article: Triple-amputee Marine gets keys to 'smart home' in Temecula
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Home for triple amputee
Norberto Lara, a U.S. Army soldier who lost an arm in Iraq, greets Juan and Alexis Dominguez during a ceremony to give Dominguez a new house in Temecula. The home will give him a "second chance at life," Dominguez said.