Oklahoma City, Okla._
Officials overseeing about 10 million dollars to benefit Oklahoma City bombing survivors say calls to divide the money among survivors would be a mistake.
The money is from more than 40 million dollars donated following the 1995 bombing that killed 168 and injured hundreds.
The fund handled by the Oklahoma City Community foundation has been used to help with medical, mental health and living expenses, and scholarships for survivors and families of victims.
Critics say the money should be divided among survivors and families. Foundation officials say they don't believe the move would be legal.