Blind man who fell on N.Y. subway tracks receives new service dog

Blind Man Who Fell on N.Y. Subway Tracks Receives New Service Dog

A blind man named Cecil Williams, whose 11-year-old guide dog, Orlando, stayed by his side after the man fell on the NYC subway tracks, has received a new service dog.

Orlando was set to retire, but Williams says his insurance company wouldn't pay to let Williams keep Orlando as a pet or get a new service dog.

'Fox & Friends' says good Samaritans donated enough money for Williams to be paired up with a new service dog named Godiva - and for him to keep Orlando as a pet.
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