GoFundMe launched for funeral expenses after Tennessee mom kills four adopted children

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    NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A GoFundMe has been launched for the surviving members of a Tennessee family after a mother is believed to have killed four of her adopted children before turning the gun on herself.

    The children, all adopted, have been identified as 14-year-old boy Boli Lin, 14-year-old girl Meigin Lin, 15-year-old girl Lia Lin, and 17-year-old Kaileigh Lin. Police say mom Cynthia Collier (55), left information at the scene indicating it was a murder-suicide.

    Police added they are trying to determine a motive in what was otherwise believed to be a loving home.

    The GoFundMe aims to assist the surviving members with funeral expenses. The family is survived by the father/husband, who did not live at the home and was not at the scene during the shooting and a son who called police after the grissly discovery. Money donated to the account will be given to one of the Collier sons.

    Launched on Tuesday, the account has raised $2,160 of a $40,000 goal. CLICK HERE for the GoFundMe page.

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