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Photographer Raises $700 For Natasha Adams' Family

July 21, 2014, 3:11 PM by Kathleen Serie

Photographer Raises $700 For Natasha Adams' Family
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

This weekend, a local photographer was snapping pictures in Falls Park to benefit the family of Natasha Adams, who recently died in a car-bicycle crash in Sioux Falls.

Kittie Heimdal was a close friend of Adams and wanted to help with funeral costs. After taking photos of families, friends and individuals for a free-will donation, Heimdal raised more than $700 over two days.

Heimdal says the turnout for her fundraiser was much higher than she thought, and she is amazed at the support she's seen for Adams and her family.

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