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Car wash to raise funds for injured students

One Albany business is planning a car wash to raise funds for the children hit while walking to school last week. (Source: WALB) One Albany business is planning a car wash to raise funds for the children hit while walking to school last week. (Source: WALB)
The Sports Zone Bar and Grill on South Slappey will host a car wash Thursday afternoon to benefit the Arnold and Shed families. (Source: WALB) The Sports Zone Bar and Grill on South Slappey will host a car wash Thursday afternoon to benefit the Arnold and Shed families. (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The outpouring of help continues for the families of those four elementary school students struck by a car while walking to school. 

The Sports Zone Bar and Grill on South Slappey will host a car wash Thursday afternoon to benefit the Arnold and Shed families.

MORE: Albany children struck, community mourns after child dies

Tony Shed Jr., 9, was killed Friday morning near Turner Elementary School.

His sister was seriously injured, and two other girls were hurt.

Volunteers will take donations as they wash cars at the Sports zone from noon to 3.

The owner said customers have been giving donations since Friday.

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