The victim killed in a shooting at a Minnesota well being clinic was identified Wednesday as a medical assistant and mother with a “contagious chortle.”
Lindsay Overbay, 37, was gunned down Tuesday morning when Gregory Paul Ulrich, 67, entered the Allina Well being Clinic in Buffalo, about 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis, in line with associates and a GoFundMe web page arrange for her household.
“A ravishing mother, daughter and pal was taken away from this world yesterday when a gunman entered her work at Allina Clinic in Buffalo Minnesota,” the fundraising web page reads.
“[She was] the brilliant mild in so many individuals’s lives, she may mild up a room along with her contagious chortle and ‘I don’t give a s**t’ angle.”
Pals additionally identified Overbay as the victim to native CBS information station WCCO-TV, telling the outlet that she was a medical assistant on the clinic and the mother of two younger children, a boy and a woman.
Overbay had additionally been “attending faculty lessons to additional her profession to verify she may present a greater life for her two stunning youngsters,” in line with the GoFundMe.
The fundraiser had raised greater than $42,000 of its $50,000 aim by early Wednesday afternoon for funeral and memorial prices.
Ulrich, of Buffalo, allegedly opened hearth — killing Overbay and injuring 4 different folks— as a result of he was “sad” with the care he had obtained on the facility, authorities mentioned.
Three of the 4 injured victims had been in essential however secure situation as of Tuesday evening and one had been discharged, officers mentioned.