Roger Goodell, Bruce Smith, Pegulas and More Visit Jefferson Ave. in Buffalo
It's been five days since the tragic events that took place at the Tops on Jefferson Ave. on Buffalo's east side.
The Buffalo community is still mourning the deaths of 10 people, as a gunman open fired on Saturday afternoon. Three more people were injured.
Donations and volunteering has taken place at Jefferson Ave. in Buffalo this week, and Wednesday saw the entire Buffalo Bills team and staff, along with Sabres and Bandits players visiting the scene to serve food and volunteer their time to the community.
More notable visitors came to the sight on Thursday.
Bills and Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Bruce Smith all were on Jefferson Ave. to meet with the community and pay their respects.
Former player and current Sabres analyst Rob Ray was also on scene, as was legendary play-by-play man, Rick Jeanneret. They are took part in volunteer work.
The Bills and Sabres alumni went to the Resource Council on East Ferry Street to help hand out food.
Rob Ray brought a truck full of supplies, including baby formula.
For those who still would like to help in any way they can, but don't know how, make sure to use the Community Resource Document. It lists ways to help, what is needed and resources to contact.