GoFundMe for Atlanta spa shooting victim’s sons nears $2.8M

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A GoFundMe page for the two sons of Atlanta spa shooting victim Hyun Jung Grant continues to draw donations — reaching nearly $2.8 million by Monday morning.

Randy Park, the slain woman’s 23-year-old son, posted the page last week after his mom and seven others were gunned down in Atlanta area massage parlors — seeking $20,000.

But nearly 73,000 donors answered the call.

“To put it bluntly, I can’t believe you guys exist,” Park wrote in an update on the fundraising page after it surpassed $1 million last week.

“I will live the rest of my days grateful for what has essentially given my family a second chance,” he wrote on the page.

Park said he and his brother are now alone in the US after his mom’s death, with the rest of their family in South Korea and unable to come to America.

Grant was killed in Tuesday’s bloody shooting spree at three Atlanta area massage parlors that left eight dead, including six women of Asian descent.

Atlanta Community Continues To Mourn Shootings That Left 8 Dead At Area Massage Parlors

Mourners have gathered across the United States to pay respect to the Asian community after suspect Robert Aaron Long allegedly killed eight people.

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Atlanta Community Continues To Mourn Shootings That Left 8 Dead At Area Massage Parlors

Atlanta Community Continues To Mourn Shootings That Left 8 Dead At Area Massage Parlors

People bring flowers to the memorial sight set up outside of The Gold Spa in Atlanta, Georgia.

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