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Carolina Panthers bring flowers to Tree of Life synagogue before game against ...

The Carolina Panthers tweeted that they left flowers outside the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Thursday.

Hours before the Carolina Panthers were set to play the Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday night, the team made a thoughtful gesture to the city that was the site of a mass shooting less than two weeks ago.

The Carolina Panthers tweeted an image of yellow flowers in front of the Tree of Life synagogue.

"With these flowers we extend our deepest sympathies to the Tree of Life congregation in Pittsburgh.

A day after the shooting, two Muslim groups raised tens of thousands of dollars for the victims' families.

The Pittsburgh Penguins, the city's NHL hockey team, launched a "Stronger Than Hate" fundraising campaign after the shooting, auctioning signed jerseys and selling patches, among other efforts, reports CBS Pittsburgh.

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