All proceeds from United shirt sales to go to family of fallen, injured first responders

All proceeds from United shirt sales to go to family of fallen, injured first responders
A shirt has been made to commemorate the first responders who were killed and injured in Lubbock on Jan. 11. (Source: Lubbock Professional Police Association)

UPDATE: No t-shirt sales on Sunday since they’ve run out of inventory. We’ll update this story when sales resume.

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - The Lubbock Professional Firefighters Association and the Lubbock Professional Police Association, along with United, are hosting a t-shirt sale to raise money for the families of first responders who were killed and injured in the line of duty Saturday.

The official t-shirt, commissioned by Lubbock Fire Rescue and the Lubbock Police Department, is on sale inside Market Street at 3405 50th St. The shirts go on sale at noon on Friday, and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The shirts will be available until they run out.

Just before 1 p.m. on Friday, there was a line around the grocery store, waiting to get a t-shirt.

A line wrapped around the building Friday afternoon for those wanting to purchase a shirt, benefiting the families of the two fallen first responders.
A line wrapped around the building Friday afternoon for those wanting to purchase a shirt, benefiting the families of the two fallen first responders. (Source: United Supermarkets)

All proceeds will go towards the families of Officer Nicholas Reyna, Lt. Firefighter David Eric Hill and Firefighter Matthew Dawson. Reyna and Hill both died while working a traffic crash on Saturday. Dawson remains in the hospital.

Shirt prices range from $15-$17 depending on the size. There is no word on shipping options available at this moment.

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