Christmas light show benefits Morris County cop battling 9/11 cancer

A Christmas display of lights in Succasunna, NJ is benefitting Tom DeNicola, a Roxbury, NJ police officer suffering from World Trade Center-related cancer.

The Katz family have more than 40,000 lights in front of their Parkview Drive home, twice as many as last year, reports Katie Kausch of Long Valley Patch.

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