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Having just cleared the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took place on September 11, 2001, there’s still countless stories to be told – not only of that day, but of those who continue to live with the scars they received on 9/11. Isaac Ho’opi’i is one of those individuals – a nationally recognized K9 Unit Officer that was responsible for saving many lives at The Pentagon that day, and now his story is being told. Filmmakers Stephen Tringali and Maria Bissell are hard at work on CORRIDOR FOUR, a new documentary that aims not only to tell the story of Ho’opi’i, but to open windows into the world of those who live with PTSD. Check out the trailer below.

CORRIDOR FOUR is currently on Kickstarter, with $16K of their $35K goal achieved. There’s 17 days to go – still plenty of time to get involved.

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