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Tattoo shop holds fund-raiser for HHI crash victims' families

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HARDEEVILLE, SC (WTOC) -

In the Lowcountry, a community is pulling together to help get families through tragedy.

Hilton Head High students Cory Rocha, 18,  and Cesar Herrara, 17, were killed March 25 in a wreck on Dillion Road that sent two more teens to the hospital with serious injuries. 

Tattoo shop Ink Revolution in Hardeeville is donating ink to help pay for these families funeral expenses and medical bills. 

For $50, employees at Ink Revolution will give customers the tattoo of thier chosing. They can be the size of about a business card, and they will donate that money to help the families.

They expect to tattoo about two dozen people before the benefit stops at 10 p.m. It's their second fundraiser to help these victims and their families. The first was a car show two weeks ago.

"We've had some people come from as far away as Jacksonville today, from Savannah, Hilton Head, Beaufort," Jonathan Rivera of Ink Revolution said.

The tattoo shop said if you can't get in Monday, you can still donate $50 and get a rain check for the tattoo.

 

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