ABRA Donates Services after Shootings
May 13, 2009
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.