Charity revamps home of slain officer’s family

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has revealed the new home of a slain NYPD detective's family.

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has revealed the new home of a slain NYPD detective's family.

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has revealed the new home of a slain NYPD detective's family. (7/27/16)

BUSHWICK - The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has revealed the new home of a slain NYPD detective's family.

As News 12 has reported, Rafael Ramos and his partner Wenjian Liu were killed by a gunman as they sat in a police car in Bed-Stuy in 2014.

The foundation raised around $1.2 million to pay off the mortgages on the victims' homes, and most recently, Ramos' widow and son saw the unveiling of new renovations to their house.

Work on the Liu family home has already been completed.

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