FLORENCE, SC (WBTW) – An 11-year-old girl donated money from handmade bracelets to the families of fallen Florence Police Sgt. Terrence Carraway and Florence County Investigator Farrah Turner.
According to a tweet from the City of Florence, Victoria Rogers donated the money she raised by selling handmade bracelets. She raised about $145 dollars to be shared with the families.
Eight people were shot during the shooting at 932 Ashton Drive in Florence on October 3, including seven law enforcement officers.
Sgt. Carraway was killed in the shooting and Inv. Farrah Turner died on Oct. 22.
FCSO Investigator Sarah Miller, FCSO Deputy Arie Davis, Florence police officer Brian Hart, Florence police officer Travis Scott, and Florence police officer Scott Williamson were wounded in the shooting.
Eleven year old Victoria Rogers dropped by today to share monies she raised by selling handmade bracelets for the families of Sgt. Carraway & Investigator Turner. She raised $145.09 to be shared with these families. Thank you, Victoria! pic.twitter.com/N001Wvb1oH— City of Florence (@scflorencecity) January 3, 2019