Allina Health holds moment of silence in honor of Lindsay Overbay, victims of Buffalo clinic shooting | KSTP.com

Allina Health holds moment of silence in honor of Lindsay Overbay, victims of Buffalo clinic shooting

Allina President and COO Lisa Shannon places flowers near a memorial outside the clinic in Buffalo, Minn. Photo: Alina Health. Allina President and COO Lisa Shannon places flowers near a memorial outside the clinic in Buffalo, Minn.

Josh Skluzacek
Updated: February 12, 2021 05:57 PM
Created: February 12, 2021 05:51 PM

Friday, Allina Health held a moment of silence at noon in honor of Lindsay Overbay and the four other employees injured in the shooting at the Buffalo clinic earlier this week.

Overbay was killed in Tuesday's shooting; three others remained in the hospital, Friday — two in good condition, one in fair condition — and the other victim was discharged earlier this week. Three of the victims have been identified as Sherry Curtis, Tammy Schaufler and Antonya Fransen-Pruden.

Allina said CEO Penny Wheeler and President and COO Lisa Shannon were at the clinic on Friday for the moment of silence, and spent time with the staff impacted by the tragedy.

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"I was honored to spend time today meeting with members of our Allina Health family that have been so closely impacted by Tuesday’s tragic events," Wheeler said. "Even in our darkest hour, they continue to inspire me with their compassion for their colleagues and the greater Buffalo community. I could not be prouder to be a part of this amazing team."

A website detailing how people can help and show support for the victims and their families has been unveiled. Click here to view it.


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