New York, NY (PressExposure) April 08, 2009 -- Dale Cillian, President of the American Bio-Recovery Association, a non-profit international association of crime and trauma scene professionals announced today that they have completed the biorecovery cleaning for the American Civic Association located in Binghamton, NY.
On April 3, 2009 thirteen people from eight different countries were shot and killed by Jiverly Wong, who himself committed suicide leaving the small knit community in disbelief and shock. As a community service the American Bio-Recovery Association provided no cost biohazard clean-up services to the non-profit American Civic Association and the City of Binghamton, NY.
Two ABRA member companies, Disaster Clean Up of Endwell, NY, and Bio-Recovery Corporation of NY, NY donated their labor and supplies to professionally and legally remediate the horrific scene with a crew of six highly skilled biorecovery technicians.
The compassionate technicians from the American Bio-Recovery Association's two responding companies were able to erase the aftermath of the shooting allowing the community to heal.