Nashville music industry member Sharita Henderson, part of Cumulus Nashville’s pop station Nash FM 92Q Promotions Department, was with her friends at the Waffle House in Antioch on Sunday, April 22, when gunman Travis Reinking opened fire on the restaurant, killing four people and also injuring several others, including Henderson.
Henderson was shot several times, and required numerous surgeries at Vanderbilt. She is now listed in stable condition.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to support Henderson, with 100 percent of the money raised going directly to cover her medical expenses. The fund, which has a goal of $10,000, had raised nearly $7,800 by Wednesday morning (April 25).
To donate to the fund, visit gofundme.com.
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