Addison comfort dogs en route to help Colorado flood victims
September 24, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Some dogs from suburban Addison are comforting flood victims in Colorado.
They left from O'Hare airport Tuesday morning as part of a trip organized by the Lutheran Church Charities.
These are some of the same dogs that traveled to Connecticut last year after the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary.
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