More than 300 teddy bears donated to CT state troopers to give to children involved in traumatic incidents, crashes

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Employees at The Hartford are being praised after donating hundreds of teddy bears to Connecticut State Police.

The 329 stuffed animals will be used to help children involved in traumatic incidents or car crashes.

Troopers will keep the bears in their patrol vehicles to use them to help calm children during those high-stress moments.

The group also donated blankets to Project Linus.

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