It was one of the worst weekends in Buffalo's history, as a gunman opened fire at a Tops on Jefferson Avenue on Buffalo's east side this past Saturday.

10 people lost their lives and three more were injured in the senseless act that shook the community and made headlines around the country.

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The Western New York community has been donating and volunteering since the event this past weekend, and has seen numerous notable people who have visited the scene.

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were in Buffalo on Tuesday. The President visited Jefferson Avenue, spoke with victims families and first responders, before speaking at a press conference.

The entire Buffalo Bills team and staff were at Jefferson Ave. on Wednesday, volunteering and serving food to the community. Many Sabres and Bandits players were on scene as well.

Today, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was in Buffalo visiting the sight; along with Bills and Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula, Bills alumni (Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas and Bruce Smith), along with Sabres alumni such as Rob Ray, Patrick Kaleta and play-by-play man, Rick Jeanneret.

Bills players and coaches were seen wearing matching black t-shirts that say, "choose love."

Michelle Girardi Z of PSE says to those looking to purchase the shirts to, "sit tight."

Girardi Z says to not purchase replicas, which have been circulating since they debuted yesterday with Bills, Sabres and Bandits players. The proceeds would not reach where it's intended to go as well.

More information should be coming soon.

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