Woman, 75, gunned down at Pittsburgh synagogue was from Toronto
One of the victims fatally gunned down in an attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday was from Toronto.
“Joyce Feinberg z”l, one of the eleven, grew up at Holy Blossom Temple. She was married here,” Rabbi Yael Splansky wrote in a Facebook post Sunday.
Splansky said Feinberg’s photo is still up on a wall of the midtown Toronto synagogue.
On Sunday morning, authorities identified Feinberg, 75, as one eleven victims killed in the attack, which is being investigated by the FBI as a hate crime. Six other people were injured, including four police officers.
A married couple, a pair of brothers and a 97-year-old woman were among the other victims identified by police Sunday.
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