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Jersey City Shooting: Tunnel-To-Towers To Pay Slain Officer's Mortgage

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Jersey City Shooting: Tunnel-To-Towers To Pay Slain Officer's Mortgage

Jersey City Shooting: Tunnel-To-Towers To Pay Slain Officer's Mortgage

The Stephen Siller Tunnel-To-Towers Foundation announced it is raising funds to pay off Det.

Joseph Seals' mortage.

The 13-year veteran was assigned to Jersey City's cease-fire unit.

He leaves behind his wife and five children.

CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

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