Aurora Tragedy: 1 Month Later
KREX News Room
AURORA, Colo.- Monday marks one month since a gunman opened fire at an Aurora movie theater, leaving 12 people dead and dozens injured. While emotions are still raw, many people are making sure the victims aren't forgotten.
Organizers with the Aurora Victims Relief Fund report more than $4 million has been raised to help families and survivors of last month's massacre.
Over the weekend, a Bible used at ground zero in 2001 was brought to the memorial located next to the Century 16 theater where it all happened. The Bible travels to communities around the country that are dealing with tragedies.
Family members of shooting victim Ashley Moser, whose little girl was killed while she was left paralyzed, say they're grateful for the support.
There's no word on what will become of the makeshift memorial outside the theater, which has grown each day since the shooting.
There's also no confirmation on whether the Century 16 theater in Aurora will be torn down or reopened.