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Money being raised to help the family of a fallen Moody Airman

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An effort was underway Wednesday to raise money to help the mother and son of the Moody Airman killed in a motorcycle crash over the weekend.

A GoFundMe page was just set up Tuesday afternoon, and Wednesday afternoon over $7,000 had been donated.

38 year old TSgt. Lee Fulp was riding his motorcycle on Val Del Road around 4:15 Saturday afternoon when he collided with a pick up driven by 85 year old Ferrell Herring at the intersection of Fellowship Rd.

Tuesday,  people and flags lined U.S. 41 from Adel to Cecil as the funeral procession went by on the way to the cemetery in Cecil.

"It speaks volumes of the man himself. If you had met Sgt. Fulp, you'd understand that once you met him one time you just wanted to be around him all the time because he changed so many lives and was such a great person," said Scott Love, a fellow Airman and friend of TSgt. Fulp. Love helped start the GoFundMe page along with several of TSgt. Fulp's other friends.

Wednesday, WALB spoke to the GSP trooper who worked the crash. He said the Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team was still investigating the crash and it was not clear if any charges would be filed.

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