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    People Are Pitching In To Buy A Quebec Mosque Shooting Victim A New Home

    Aymen Derbali saved lives when he drew the shooter's attention. Now he needs a new home that can accommodate his disability.

    Aymen Derbali risked his life to save others during the Quebec City mosque shooting, and it left him paralyzed. Now he needs a home that accommodates his disability.

    People have launched a fundraising campaign to help Derbali buy a wheelchair-accessible home.

    "He’s in desperate need of a place where he can move in," Syed said. "Once they discharge him, he will not have a place."

    Friends looked at about 50 different homes before finding one that could accommodate Derbali's needs.

    "This is something that really happened in Canada," he said. "We cannot forget this."