Workplace shooting left teens orphaned
A local youth sports league is raising money for the teenage children of one of the five victims of a workplace shooting at an awning company in Florida.
Officials with the Lake Howell Pop Warner league said Tuesday that they are raising money for the children of Kevin Clark, who were orphaned by the shooting. The league says on a fundraising website that the Clark children had already lost their mother nine years ago.
The league describes Clark as "wonderful man and an absolutely amazing, supportive and wonderful father."
Clark's 14-year-old daughter was a cheerleader in the league, and his 18-year-old son played football in the league for several seasons.
Authorities say John Robert Neumann Jr. shot and killed himself after opening fire at the Fiamma plant in Orlando.