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Video: Paralyzed MO Officer Presented with Smart Home

November 22, 2017  | 

VIDEO: FL Deputy Used Tourniquet, Trauma Training to Save Wounded Federal Agent

The Gary Sinise Foundation will present a smart home to former Ballwin, MO, police officer Mike Flamion who was paralyzed from the neck down after being shot in the line of duty.

This is the first-ever home built for a first responder by the Gary Sinise Foundation, reports Fox 2 St. Louis.

With voice commands at the touch of a button, Flamion will have complete control of his house. An iPad will allow him to turn on lights, check outdoor security cameras, and open doors.


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Rick Sr. @ 11/27/2017 9:34 PM

A huge thank you to Gary Sinise and his foundation for allowing our First Responders access to these amazing homes. Our First Responders can be seriously injured while protecting the citizens they serve.

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