By: Karli Barnett

 

The street is quiet.

So is the family of Rebecca Greene, as they mourn the loss of their daughter.

Greene’s friend Angela Gao understands.

“She was wrongfully taken from us,” Gao expresses.  “She was about to graduate.  She only had a short time left.  She loved being here.”

And Gao, like so many others that knew Greene, loved her.

“She was an incredible person.  She one of those really compassionate and also very passionate people,” Gao says.

Even those who were not as close with Greene were affected.  Social media shows an outpouring of shock and support.

And the neighbors want to know more.

“It’s scary,” says one of Greene’s neighbors Sam Giradot.  “Very close to home.  I will feel more comforted when the GBI releases the results.”

“I don’t understand,” says Gao.  “No one understands the series of events that happened.  We have so many questions we just want answered.  We just want closure.  We just want peace for her and us.”

 

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