As you may have heard already, Trooper Ed Andersson has been getting national attention after this incident…
Trooper Andersson, was shot in the shoulder. He is a 27 year veteran of DPS. He has volunteered as volleyball coach and with other athletic programs at Tonopah Valley High School for many years. Trooper Andersson sustained substantial injuries but is expected to fully recover.
We’ve created an account in his name and started a donation drive to help him and his family with expenses and lost wages that they will incur over his rehabilitation. We’d very much like to ask you for your help in assisting us with this. You can donate to this account directly here on this page by using the donation item below. You will be able to select the amount of your donation and pay by credit card here on our site online.
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