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Wounded warrior gets 'smart' home

Updated 3:17 PM ET, Tue September 11, 2012
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Marine Cpl. Juan Dominguez, here before his injuries, lost both of his legs and his right arm in an explosion in Afghanistan. Juan Dominguez family
Dominguez undergoes physical therapy after the loss of three limbs in an explosion in Afghanistan. Juan Dominguez family
Dominguez received this home in Temecula, California, as a gift for his service to the U.S. from the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and its partner, the Gary Sinise Foundation. Standard Pacific Homes
Juan Dominguez is presented with a fully automated 'smart' home by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and its partner, the Gary Sinise Foundation. Courtesy Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
Dominguez, with his wife Alexis, is cheered by Temecula Mayor Chuck Washington (from left), actor Gary Sinise, Ned Wallace, Ret. FDNY Battalion Chief John Carroll, and Jim Shubert during the presentation of his new 'smart' home on September 11, 2012. Courtesy Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
Dominguez greets Ned Wallace of Wallace Air Cargo, who donated $450,000 toward the purchase the home, at the presentation of his new 'smart' home. Courtesy Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
Dominguez explores the automated kitchen in his new 'smart' home with Danielle Tocco of Standard Pacific Homes. The home is controlled by an iPad, with which Dominguez can move cabinets and access the security system and air conditioning. Courtesy Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation