The family-authorized page lists the recipients of the funds as Logan, the school, and the family of the accused shooter. Walker said including the family of the accused shooter is no mistake, and shows the true character of the family.
“People talk about how time heals all wounds, and I think time takes the edge off wounds, but I think it’s God, it's Christ who heals all wounds, and that's who people are turning to."
A sibling of the accused shooter, 17-year-old Ely Serna, still attends the school, and the school district said Tuesday they are doing what they can to make sure she receives support and isn’t singled out.
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Cole remains in stable condition in a Columbus hospital, but could require surgery for a shotgun pellet lodged in his heart.
“Luckily, we're not planning a funeral, you know that's the blessing, that Logan's going to be okay. You know he's got a long road ahead of him, but he's still with us and we just praise God for that,” Walker said.
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