BROOKLYN - Kensington residents have created a hotline to help ease the healing process after the brutal death of Leiby Kletzky.
Residents have created a volunteer-run Chesed line. The hotline will provide information about prayer times, tutoring help and employment opportunities. Organizers say that in times of crisis the hotline can help bring people together.
Kletzky, 8, was kidnapped and brutally murdered last month. Officials have charged Levi Aron, 35, for the death.
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