Funeral Homes in El Paso to Provide Free Services for Shooting Victims
EL PASO, TEXAS - Grieving families will not have to worry about funeral expenses following the tragic shooting at a Walmart in El Paso.
The directors of six funeral homes in the El Paso area pledge to provide free services for those killed in the tragedy.
A high school sophomore, an Army veteran, and a mom and dad who died shielding their baby, as well as eight Mexican nationals, were among the 22 victims.
The current number of injured is now at 24.
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