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Watch J.J. Watt visit survivors of the Santa Fe High School shooting

J.J. Watt has become the face of Harvey storm relief, as his crowd-sourced online fundraiser has brought in nearly $11.5 million as of Tuesday afternoon.
J.J. Watt has become the face of Harvey storm relief, as his crowd-sourced online fundraiser has brought in nearly $11.5 million as of Tuesday afternoon. Associated Press

J.J. Watt continues to support those in need.

On Monday, the Houston Texans' star visited survivors of the recent mass shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.

Last Friday, 10 people were killed and more than a dozen injured when a gunman opened fire inside the Santa Fe High School near Houston.

Here is video of Watt visiting those individuals in the hospital and at some of their homes, courtesy of KVUE in Austin, Texas.

Watt also plans to cover the costs of the funerals of the victims.


The star defensive end raised over $37 million for the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.

On Monday, state lawmakers suggested several proposals, as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott prepares to hold roundtables to discuss ways to "prevent tragedies like this from ever happening again."

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