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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Some Albany area pastors are ministering to the families of those Darton wrestlers Friday night.    Pine Bluff Baptist Church Associate Pastor Mark Bullock is one of them.     

We spoke to him after he spent time praying with Ben Richard's family in the hospital Friday night.

"He's not out of the woods yet, he has a long way to go, I would encourage all believers here in Albany, GA and around this region to send up prayers, be praying for the family," said Mark Bullock, Reverend, Pine Bluff Baptist Church.  

Rev. Bullock says the Richards family appreciates all the support they've gotten from people here.

 

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