$260,000 Given for Victims of Alabama Plant Shooting
ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Donors have given more than $260,000 to help victims of a mass shooting at an Alabama fire extinguisher plant earlier this year. A nonprofit group is making plans to distribute the money. A public meeting is scheduled for Tuesday in Albertville. That’s the city where two people were killed and two others were injured in June at a shooting at a Mueller Co. plant. The Virginia-based National Compassion Fund says 10 people have agreed to serve on a committee that will set policies for distributing the money.
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