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For the second straight year, an Illinois couple turned their home into an incredible, jaw-dropping Christmas display to benefit our nation's heroes.

Neighbors in Park Ridge have been flocking to the amazing light show, which features 126,000 lights, six Christmas tunes and even a projected video of Santa.

Christina and Thomas Grusecki hand out candy canes to visitors, while collecting donations for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Last year, the show raised more than $7,000, and this year, it’s already racked up $20,000.

“To be able to honor those people that serve is the best way to give back," Thomas said.

Watch the Fox affiliate's local report above.


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