Over $20,000 donated to NJ men who called cops about train station bombs
(FOX News) - People have come together in a big way to help out two men who potentially saved many lives by alerting police to bombs that were left at a train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
A GoFundMe page for the two men has more than doubled its goal, raising over $20,000 this week.
Lee Parker (above), who is homeless, found the heavy backpack near a garbage can Sunday night and quickly realized it was no ordinary item.
Parker, 50, - who was looking for a bag for his belongings - said he noticed wires sticking out and showed it to his friend, Ivan White.
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