Community comes together for Franklin teen beaten at bus stop

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FRANKLIN, Ind. (Sept. 18, 2015)-- Friends and neighbors say a 16-year-old Franklin boy is paralyzed from the waist down after being beaten up at a bus stop.

Now, the community is coming together to support him.

Cell phone video shows Darius Hall being thrown to the ground on August 21. Police say this is an open investigation, which will eventually be given to the prosecutor's office to determine whether any charges should be filed. So far no arrests have been made.

A fundraiser is happening this weekend to help take a stand against teen violence.

A cornhole tournament will happen Saturday at Brewskies Pub and Eatery on Southeastern Avenue. On Sunday, a car wash will be held at Mascari Cleaners near Southeastern Avenue and Northeastern Avenue.

Hall remains in the hospital recovering from his injuries.

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