Gilbert, Arizona, April 26, 2009: Dale Cillian, president of the American Bio-Recovery Association (ABRA), a not-for-profit international association of crime and trauma scene cleanup professionals, recently announced some violent incidents around the country in April that resulted in the involvement of association members.
  • On April 26, A1 BIO-Clean of Powder Springs, Ga., provided no-cost biohazard cleaning services to the Athens Community Theatre (Town & Gown Players) in Athens, Ga.

    following the April 25 incident where Professor George Zinkhan shot and killed three people and wounded two others at the Athens Community Theatre.
  • On April 5, Disaster Clean Up of Endwell, NY, and Bio-Recovery Corporation of Queens, NY provided the crime/trauma scene cleaning for the American Civic Association located in Binghamton, NY, the site of thirteen homicides and one suicide.
  • On April 7, Bio Clean, Inc., of Lake Stevens, WA provided no cost biohazard cleaning services to a family in Graham, WA where five children were found fatally shot by their father, who then took his own life.
  • On April 22, SI Restoration of Baltimore, Md., provided no cost biohazard cleaning services to families in Middletown, Md., where a father killed his three children and wife before taking his own life.
“These services were provided at no cost, to aid the respected communities and allow them to begin the healing process,” Cillian said.