A GoFundMe account has been set up for the young man that was killed in a shooting at Fred Meyer in Richland. 

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It was a sad day yesterday at the Richland Fred Meyer as Justin Krumbah was killed in an altercation with a shopper. Aaron Kelly was arrested on first-degree and attempted murder charges Monday night near Spokane.

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Friends of the family of Justin Krumbah have set up a Gofundme account to help with Justin's funeral expenses. According to the Gofundme page, Samantha, who set up the fund writes this:

Hello, I’m raising money for the cost of funeral arrangements for the Krumbah family. I know a lot of people have heard about the tragic accident today at the Richland Fred Meyer. Justin Krumbah was a victim of the shooting that occurred there and lost his life. I didn’t get the opportunity to meet him, but I do know his sister Krista. She is an amazing person and has heard nothing but good things about Justin! If you can please help, it would be appreciated!

The goal is $10,000 and the fund is on its way to reaching that goal. No amount of money can bring back a loved one but hopefully, this will help offset Justin's funeral costs and other expenses.

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You can donate to the Gofundme page here.

According to the West Benton Fire Rescue in Richland, blood is needed for the surviving victim:

The surviving victim is Mark Hill a member of our Prosser community. He has already been through one surgery upon his arrival to the hospital to stabilize him and will likely need more. During the surgery and hours following, the local blood bank had run out of compatible blood and had to bring blood in from Spokane. He is A+, so if you are O or A blood Types, please donate at the Red Cross in Richland. You are able to make the donation in his name and the doctor is aware that people are donating there for him and can request it immediately. Thank you and please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers.

You can reach out to the Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 to donate if possible.

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