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Fund Set Up for Dierkes Drowning Victim’s Family

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- A fund has been set up for the family of a drowning victim at a popular Twin Falls swimming hole. The College of Southern Idaho Refugee Center set up a US Bank account for the family of Hau Muan Sing, 14, who drowned at Dierkes Lake August 14th.

Sing, also known as Jeremy, was taking part in an end of summer school celebration when he drowned. The fund will help the family with funeral cost and expenses. People can donate at any US Bank branch by designating their contribution to the ‘Hau Muan Sing Jeremy Memorial Fund.’ Questions regarding the fund may be directed to Scott Bame at US Bank at scott.bame@usbank.com.

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