By Jeff Pack

Family, friends, community gather to honor teenager killed in crash


Last updated 6/7/2019 at 2:16am

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A man passes by a photo of Lily Harrison, 15, who was killed by a 19-year-old suspected drunken driver June 1, during a vigil held at Calvary Murrieta High School Monday, June 3. Shane Gibson photo

A standing room only crowd Monday, June 3, attended a short service and later a candlelight vigil in honor of 15-year-old Calvary Murrieta High School student Lily Kelly Harrison, just two days after a head-on collision crash in unincorporated Temecula took her life.

"This is a pretty awesome vantage point," Lily's mother, Faith Harrison Zember, told those in attendance. "And I know that the ripple goes far beyond what I'm seeing here today – so, thank you."

Harrison Zember spoke softly, clearly, and peacefully about the daughter who many touted as a talented singer and songwriter, athle...

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