Wendy Hernandez, center, and Jackie Singh work the counter at the Quick Mart at Heckle Blvd. and S. Cherry Rd. on Friday. The store is next door to the Cash on the Spot store that was the scene of a robbery and shooting Thursday. The Quick Mart is collecting donations for the shooting victim, 42-year-old Ida Neal Lord.
Wendy Hernandez, center, and Jackie Singh work the counter at the Quick Mart at Heckle Blvd. and S. Cherry Rd. on Friday. The store is next door to the Cash on the Spot store that was the scene of a robbery and shooting Thursday. The Quick Mart is collecting donations for the shooting victim, 42-year-old Ida Neal Lord.
Wendy Hernandez, center, and Jackie Singh work the counter at the Quick Mart at Heckle Blvd. and S. Cherry Rd. on Friday. The store is next door to the Cash on the Spot store that was the scene of a robbery and shooting Thursday. The Quick Mart is collecting donations for the shooting victim, 42-year-old Ida Neal Lord.

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