Community Remembers Men Killed by Lightening

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Updated: 8/23/2013 6:27 pm
Scotty Elam and Bobby Maggard died Wednesday after lightening struck a barn they were working in. Family and friends are remembering the two men.

Elam had three young children. His family is organizing a candlelight vigil for Saturday, August 31st in Triangle Park. The family says it's also planning a balloon release in memory of the men.

Meanwhile....Napa Auto Parts in Richmond is raising money for Bobby Maggard's wife and kids. Maggard worked there for three years. The store owner says customers keep calling asking what they can do to help Maggard's family.  Maggard had four children. 
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