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Reported by Forrest Sanders
Updated: Jul 12, 2016
Last year, Dicillo said he was deployed to Afghanistan with Fort Campbell when his vehicle was t-boned by a pick-up truck that exploded."I had my teeth knocked out," he said. "My hearing's gone, partially gone."
Kyle Dicillo, right, said he was attacked early Tuesday morning outside his Clarksville home. (WSMV)CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV)
A vet wounded in Afghanistan said he was attacked in front of his family's home. He said what appeared to be five high school boys started hitting and punching him, while he tried to fight them off. For his family's safety, the man said he's hoping the police can catch the five teens he's seen before.
For the Dicillo family of Clarksville, summer afternoons are all about popsicles on front steps with daughter Annabelle and waiting for little Alexander Thomas to take his first steps.
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