PORTLAND -- The Oregon Dept. of Justice is offering emergency financial aid to help witnesses of the deadly Clackamas Town Center shooting pay for counseling, according to the attorney general's office.
Anyone who was at the mall during the Tuesday shooting rampage is eligible for reimbursement of up to ten counseling sessions, said Jeff Manning, spokesman for Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum.
“It’s hard to imagine the trauma and terror of witnessing a masked gunman indiscriminately firing an automatic weapon through a mall full of holiday shoppers,” Rosenblum said. “Our Crime Victims Services Division is well positioned to get people the help they may need.”
The state of Oregon will contact people who fill out the assistance form. Compensation generally covers the cost of counseling not covered by insurance or employers.
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