How Kentuckians can help Floyd County after mass shooting
FLOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentuckians are finding ways to help Floyd County families after last week’s mass shooting.
Lance Storz is accused of killing three officers and injuring more during a standoff on Thursday.
At a Sunday press conference, leaders said businesses and individuals had already contributed more than $40,000 to help the victims’ families.
People are also raising money in honor of Drago, a law enforcement K-9 killed during the attack.
The Kent Rose Foundation has raised more than $1,700 on Facebook to help the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office’s K-9 program.
Lou’s Place for Pets is selling t-shirts in Drago’s honor. The owner says she’s already sold more than 700 shirts.
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