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Benefit Will Raise Money for Trolley Shooting Victims

Benefit Will Raise Money for Trolley Shooting Victims



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(KSL News) Tonight the University of Utah is holding a benefit party for the victims of the Trolley Square shooting.

It will be held on the east side of Trolley Square from 9:00 p.m. until midnight.

The party is free, but donations are encouraged. The money raised will be given to the families directly affected.

Meantime Carolyn Tuft, a woman injured in that shooting, has been released from the hospital. At the time of the the shooting she was shopping at the mall for Valentines' cards with her teenage daughter, Kirsten Hinckley, who died in the tragedy.

Hinckley's family postponed the girl's funeral until her mother could attend. That funeral will be held tomorrow.

Carolyn is the third of four victims released from the hospital. Stacy Hanson is still in the hospital and is in fair condition.

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