How to help the victims of Christmas night shooting
Update: Fundraisers for victim's daughter, step-son and state trooper, collect thousands in donations in two days. Candlelight vigil set for Monday night in North Plains.
This story has been updated.
Several fundraisers aimed at helping the victims of Sunday's deadly shooting near Sherwood, which left one woman dead and an Oregon State trooper in the hospital, have raised thousands of dollars, just days after being set up.
On Dec. 25, James Tylka shot and killed his estranged wife, Kate Tylka-Armand outside his parents home in King City. He later led police on a chase across town and shot Oregon State Trooper Nic Cederberg multiple times before he was gunned down by police.
Within days of the shooting two fundraisers were set up separately on the crowd-funding website GoFundMe, each raising money for the victims and their families. Several other fundraisers and programs have been set up to give aid to the victims:
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