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Hundreds Mourn, Attend Vigil for Gilroy Student Killed in Crash

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    Hundreds of students gathered in Gilroy late Monday for a candlelight vigil to remember Sara Williams. Cheryl Hurd reports. (Published Monday, May 18, 2015)

    Hundreds of students gathered in Gilroy late Monday for a candlelight vigil to remember Sara Jean Williams, one of three 18-year-old girls killed in a single-car accident last week.

    "These are dark days of death covered by the somber cloud of tragedy," said Paul Winslow, principal at Christopher High School in Gilroy. "Sara gave one last gift before passing -- that gift was hope."

    Williams, who was a senior at Christopher High, was one of four people who died in car crash on May 12 in Gilroy.

    The driver, 23-year-old Anthony Imbronone III of Gilroy, is the only person to survive the crash. He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, but has yet to be charged with a crime.

    Gilroy Teen Killed in Car Crash Remembered on Her Birthday

    [BAY] Gilroy Teen Killed in Car Crash Remembered on Her Birthday
    It was supposed to be a day of celebration--the 16th birthday of a Gilroy teen. But instead, people are mourning Natalia Salcido, whose life was cut short when she died in a car crash last Saturday. NBC Bay Area's Marianne Favro reports.
    (Published Sunday, May 17, 2015)
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